Significado de “wrap” - en el Diccionario Inglés

wrap en inglés británico

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wrapverb [ T ]

uk /ræp/ us /ræp/ -pp-

B1 to cover or surround something with paper, cloth, or other material:

She wrapped the present and tied it with ribbon.
Wrap the chicken in foil and cook it for two hours.

B2 to cover someone with a piece of material in order to protect them:

She wrapped the baby in a blanket.
He wrapped a towel around his shoulders.

Más ejemplos

  • Take your purchases to the sales clerk, and he will wrap them for you.
  • Once wrapped, the gross weight of the package is 2 kg.
  • The package was wrapped in plain brown paper.
  • She came downstairs after her shower, wrapped in a towel.
  • His head was wrapped in swathes of bandages.

wrapnoun

uk /ræp/ us /ræp/

(Definición de wrap del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

wrap en inglés americano

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wrapverb [ T ]

us /ræp/ -pp-

to cover something or someone with paper, cloth, or other material:

She wrapped the present and tied it with a ribbon.
Wrap the chicken in foil and cook it for two hours.
If you wrap yourself in this blanket, you will stay warm.

If you wrap your fingers or arms around something, you hold it tightly:

She sat back in her chair and wrapped her arms around her knees.

wrapnoun [ C/U ]

us /ræp/

a piece of clothing that a person, esp. a woman, wears around the shoulders to keep warm or as a stylish addition to a suit, coat, etc.:

Wrap is material that is used to cover or protect something, such as food:

[ U ] Put some plastic wrap around the leftover meat.

(Definición de wrap del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wrap en inglés de negocios

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wrapverb [ T ]

uk /ræp/ us -pp-

to put paper, cloth, or other material around something:

She wrapped the gift in tissue paper and a red bow.
wrap sth in sth I got the dealer to deliver the car wrapped in a ribbon.

Phrasal verb(s)

wrapnoun [ C or U ]

uk /ræp/ us

paper, cloth, or other material that is used to cover something:

The company decided to serve hamburgers in wraps made mainly of paper.
foil/plastic wrap
keep sth/be under wraps

informal to keep something secret or to be secret:

The firm kept its troubles under wraps.
take the wraps off sth

to make something that was secret known to other people or the public:

Apple took the wraps off the new model of the iMac yesterday.

(Definición de wrap del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)