prewrap

prewrap

(priːˈræp)
vb (tr)
to wrap in advance of using or giving
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The variable geometry of the ironing roll enables processors to prewrap the film onto the winding roll prior to the lay-on roll, allowing entrapped air to reduce the COF between each wrap.
When it comes to wrapping, be sure to prewrap all foods well first (place on a plastic or paper plate if necessary) in food-safe plastic wrap before placing in a basket or other container and overwrapping with clear or colored cellophane (not all of it is food-safe) and tying with colorful bows and ribbons.
Sur La Table, for example, cherry-picks gift items to prewrap each year, and places those packages in key areas of each store so shoppers in a rush can grab a gift without having to worry about how to wrap it.
Identify and prewrap a selection of lower-priced gift items that can be easily purchased.
Prewrap packages of jelly confections and merchandise them on a display rack in your bulk candy department, along with other movie munching favorites.
Additionally, since the product adheres only to itself and not to skin or hair, there is no need for bulky prewraps or shaving.