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Meaning: a summary of recent events

For example:

  • Bert watched a wrap-up of the day's matches and was glad to see that Manchester United had won again.

  • At the end of each day, a government spokesman gave a wrap-up of the day's developments to the media.

Quick Quiz:

A wrap-up is usually given about events that
  1. have just happened
  2. will happen in the future
  3. happened a very long time ago

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