wrap up (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb wrap up (1).

Meaning: If you wrap something up, you cover it with a material like paper or cloth.

For example:

  • wrap up sth We spent hours wrapping up Christmas presents for our family and friends.

  • wrap sth up If I get Neil a birthday gift, could you wrap it up? I'm terrible at wrapping things up.

Nouns often used as objects with wrap up (1): present, gift, parcel, package

Quick Quiz:

I'm busy wrapping up Jenny's

a. birthday wish

b. birthday party

c. birthday present

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Contributor: Matt Errey