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wrap·ping

 (răp′ĭng) also wrap·pings (-ĭngz)
n.
The material in which something is wrapped.

wrapping

(ˈræpɪŋ)
n
the material used to wrap something

wrap•ping

(ˈræp ɪŋ)

n.
the covering in which something is wrapped.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wrapping - the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrappedwrapping - the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
covering - an artifact that covers something else (usually to protect or shelter or conceal it)
envelope - any wrapper or covering
plastic film, film - a thin sheet of (usually plastic and usually transparent) material used to wrap or cover things
gift wrapping - ornamental wrapping for gifts
jacket - an outer wrapping or casing; "phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets"
plastic wrap - wrapping consisting of a very thin transparent sheet of plastic
2.wrapping - an enveloping bandage
bandage, patch - a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body

wrapping

noun
The material in which something is wrapped.Also used in plural:
Translations
غِلاف، تَغْليف
=-indpakningindpakning
umbúîir
baliaci materiál
ovoj
ambalaj kâğıdı

wrapping

[ˈræpɪŋ]
A. Nenvoltura f, envase m
B. CPD wrapping paper N (gen) → papel m de envolver; (= gift-wrap) → papel m de regalo

wrapping

[ˈræpɪŋ] n (on product, package)emballage mwrapping paper n (for gift)papier m cadeau (= packaging material) → papier m d'emballage

wrapping

nVerpackung f (→ round +gen, → von)

wrapping

[ˈræpɪŋ] n (for chocolate, parcel) → carta

wrap

(rӕp) past tense, past participle wrapped verb
1. to roll or fold (round something or someone). He wrapped his handkerchief round his bleeding finger.
2. to cover by folding or winding something round. She wrapped the book (up) in brown paper; She wrapped the baby up in a warm shawl.
noun
a warm covering to put over one's shoulders.
ˈwrapper noun
a paper cover for a sweet, packet of cigarettes etc. a sweet-wrapper.
ˈwrapping noun
something used to wrap or pack something in. Christmas wrappings.
wrapped up in
giving all one's attention to. She's very wrapped up in her work these days.
wrap up
to dress warmly. You have to wrap up well if you visit England in winter; Wrap the child up well.
References in classic literature ?
his wife repeated, wrapping her shawl more closely round her head.
The rosemary nods upon the grave; The lily lolls upon the wave; Wrapping the fog about its breast, The ruin moulders into rest; Looking like Lethe, see
She had measured out some drops from a medicine-bottle on a chair by the bed and, after swallowing them, and wrapping her head in a piece of yellow flannel, had lain down with her face turned away.
Removing this and a second wrapping of some silken fabric, he placed a little box, or casket, on my table, most beautifully and richly inlaid in jewels, on an ebony ground.
He took off his coat and, wrapping himself in the blanket, lay down on the bed.
If to a little child or to his cook were revealed what he saw, it or she would have been able to peel the wrappings off what was seen.
The Comte de Vandieres threw off his wrappings and showed himself in his general's uniform.
When, after a time, he removed the pigeon and stripped from it the scorched wrappings of leaves, it gave forth a scent so savoury as to prick up Jerry's ears and set his nostrils to quivering.
This stuff is great for wrapping dressings that are covering wounds.
The CWM2 wrapping machine for chocolate products in optimised design is among the exhibits that Theegarten-Pactec took to ProSweets 2015.
The wrapping row is worked the same as described previously, but the next time we pass over the wrapped stitch, we pick up the wrap before working the stitch.
Wrapping and Unwrapping Material Culture: Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives