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wrap up (2)

Meaning: to finish something like a meeting or a discussion, or to conclude something like a deal or a negotiation

Synonym: conclude

For example:

  • wrap up sth After weeks of meetings, it was good to finally wrap up the inquiry and present our findings.

  • wrap sth up It's getting late, so let's wrap things up for tonight, and we can start again in the morning.

Quick Quiz:

Defence lawyers usually wrap up a case with
  1. an opening statement
  2. the first witness
  3. a closing argument

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