Wrap round

  • 1 wrap round — ˈwrap round ˈwrap a ˌround [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they wrap round he/she/it wraps round past tense wrapped round past participle …

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  • 2 wrap-round — see wraparound n. and a …

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  • 3 wrap round — phrasal verb wrap round or wrap around [transitive] Word forms wrap round : present tense I/you/we/they wrap round he/she/it wraps round present participle wrapping round past tense wrapped round past participle wrapped round wrap something… …

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  • 4 Wrap-round — Намотка бумаги (на цилиндры, валики и др.); Круговой …

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  • 5 Wrap-round stereotype — Изогнутый стереотип …

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  • 6 wrap around — ˈwrap round ˈwrap a ˌround [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they wrap round he/she/it wraps round past tense wrapped round …

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  • 7 wrap — wrap1 [ ræp ] verb transitive ** wrap or wrap up to cover something by putting something such as paper or cloth around it: Keep the cheeses fresh by wrapping each one individually. wrap something (up) in something: We decided to wrap the dogs up… …

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  • 8 wrap around — phrasal verb wrap round or wrap around [transitive] Word forms wrap round : present tense I/you/we/they wrap round he/she/it wraps round present participle wrapping round past tense wrapped round past participle wrapped round wrap something… …

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  • 9 wrap — I UK [ræp] / US verb [transitive] Word forms wrap : present tense I/you/we/they wrap he/she/it wraps present participle wrapping past tense wrapped past participle wrapped ** wrap or wrap up to cover something by putting something such as paper… …

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  • 10 ˈwrap sth aˌround sth — phrasal verb to put something around something else He grabbed a towel to wrap round his waist.[/ex] We see couples with their arms wrapped round each other.[/ex] …

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  • 11 ˈwrap sth round sth — phrasal verb to put something around something else He grabbed a towel to wrap round his waist.[/ex] We see couples with their arms wrapped round each other.[/ex] …

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  • 12 wrap — 1. verb 1) she wrapped herself in a towel Syn: enclose, enfold, envelop, encase, cover, fold, wind, swathe, bundle, swaddle 2) I wrapped the vase carefully Syn: pack …

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  • 13 Wrap the Green Flag Around Me, Boys — is an Irish rebel song, describing the singer s nationalist sentiments and respect for the Green Irish flag. The history of Ireland is a history of oppression and the struggle of the people against it. The history of grasping landlords and… …

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  • 14 wrap — ► VERB (wrapped, wrapping) 1) cover or enclose in paper or soft material. 2) arrange (paper or soft material) round something. 3) encircle or wind round: he wrapped an arm around her waist. 4) Computing cause (a word or unit of text) to be… …

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  • 15 wrap|a|round — «RAP uh ROWND», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. worn by drawing, folding, or shaping around: »a wraparound coat. 2. curving around and along part of the sides: »a wraparound windshield. 3. of or designating letterpress printing in which a thin,… …

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  • 16 wrap-around — wrap a.round adj a wrap around skirt is one that you wind around your body and fasten in place …

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  • 17 wrap-up — n AmE informal a short report that repeats the main points, for example of a news broadcast = ↑round up …

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  • 18 wrap — [[t]ræ̱p[/t]] ♦♦♦ wraps, wrapping, wrapped 1) VERB When you wrap something, you fold paper or cloth tightly round it to cover it completely, for example in order to protect it or so that you can give it to someone as a present. [V n] Harry had… …

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  • 19 wrap — v. & n. v.tr. (wrapped, wrapping) 1 (often foll. by up) envelop in folded or soft encircling material (wrap it up in paper; wrap up a parcel). 2 (foll. by round, about) arrange or draw (a pliant covering) round (a person) (wrapped the scarf… …

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  • 20 wrap — verb (wraps, wrapping, wrapped) 1》 cover or enclose in paper or soft material.     ↘arrange (paper or soft material) round something, as a covering or for warmth or protection.     ↘place around so as to encircle. 2》 Computing cause (a word or… …

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