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Noun
Something that covers or conceals, usually figuratively
“Let's keep our devious plan under wraps for now.”
Noun
The act of concealing or hiding something
Noun
Plural for paper or other material used to wrap or cover something
“Remove the outer wrap from the package and discard.”
Noun
Plural for a loose outer garment or piece of material
“She put a wrap round her shoulders and went slowly down with him.”
Noun
Plural for an end or final part or stage of something
Noun
Plural for nightgown
Noun
Plural for a form of mortgage in which the seller of a property extends to the buyer a junior mortgage which exists in addition to any superior mortgages already secured on the property
Noun
Plural for a length or square of fabric worn around the neck or head
Noun
Plural for a thick woollen coverlet or wrap, used especially when travelling
Noun
Plural for a guard, typically made of straps or wire, fitted over an animal's muzzle to stop it biting or feeding
Noun
Plural for an outer garment with sleeves, worn outdoors and typically extending below the hips
Noun
(Britain, chiefly Northern England, New Zealand) Plural for a sandwich, usually with a hot savory filling in a breadcake
Noun
Plural for a piece of cloth put in or over a person's mouth to prevent them from speaking
Verb
To cover or enclose in cloth or soft material
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Wrap the child in a blanket for a half-hour, rock her, sing to her, or read her a story.”
Verb
To cover in paper or other material, typically to create a neat or presentable package
“Your child can help you wrap some presents for other family members.”
Verb
To bind or tie together
“If your robot mask gets heavy, just add another large craft stick for stability. You can simply wrap them together with duct tape.”
Verb
To encircle, surround or bind (with something)
“I had so inflated her belly that she was forced, earlier than was the custom, to wrap her waist with a large white maternity band.”
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To place something over or upon, as to conceal or protect
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To bring or come to an end, typically in an abrupt fashion
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To interweave or cross one with another
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To dress or attire in clothing that is suited for a given purpose
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To protect or shield from harm or danger
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To be occupied with an activity
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To squeeze together
Verb
Preserve, immortalize
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To ruffle or gather up a fabric or part of a garment
Verb
To complete or fulfil
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