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English definition of “wraparound”

wraparound

adjective [not gradable]  /ˈræp·əˌrɑʊnd/ us  
(of clothing) made so that it can be tied around the body: She wore a blue wraparound skirt. Wraparound also means curving around in one continuous piece: wraparound sunglasses a wraparound windshield
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