There are 2 translations of wrap in Spanish:

wrap1

Pronunciation: /ræp/

vt (-pp-)

  • 1.1 (cover) [parcel/gift] envolver* shall I wrap it for you?, would you like it wrapped? ¿quiere que se lo envuelva?, ¿se lo envuelvo? to wrap sth/sb in/with sth envolver* algo/a algn en/con algo see also wrap up 1
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    • The pillars are wrapped in new reflective material which allows light to bounce off the stone and create a natural light in the building.
    • Coming back into the room, she wrapped a soft night-robe around her.
    • The designers used paper fabric to wrap each chair.
    1.2 (wind, entwine) I wrapped paper around the vase envolví el jarrón con papel she wrapped a shawl about her se envolvió en un chal he wrapped his arms around her la estrechó entre sus brazos he wrapped his car around a tree [colloquial/familiar] chocó (el coche) contra un árbol go on and wrap yourself around that cheese sandwich [colloquial/familiar] ¡vamos, híncale el diente a ese sandwich de queso! [colloquial/familiar] 1.3 (surround, immerse) [literary/literario] (usually passive/normalmente en voz pasiva) envolver* the town was wrapped in darkness/mist la oscuridad/niebla envolvía la ciudad [literary/literario] the affair lay wrapped in mystery el asunto estaba envuelto en misterio or rodeado de misterio [literary/literario]
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    • As a reaction the man grabbed her close to him, wrapping her into an embrace.
    • Upon hearing them, the old woman wrapped Altair into an embrace similar to the one she'd given Ada, nearly squeezing the life out of him.
    • I was wrapped in Diogenes' embrace and gazing sleepily at the flames as they danced within the confines of the fire pit.

Phrasal verbs

wrap up

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento 1.1wrap1 1 1.2 (complete) [colloquial/familiar] [order/sale] conseguir* to wrap up a deal cerrar* un trato 1.3 (conclude) [colloquial/familiar] [meeting/entertainment] dar* fin a that wraps it up for today eso es todo por hoy 1.4 (disguise) [colloquial/familiar] to wrap sth up (as sth) disfrazar* algo (de algo), presentar algo (como algo) 1.5 (engross) [colloquial/familiar]to be wrapped up in sth she's totally wrapped up in her work no piensa más que en su trabajo, vive para su trabajo he's completely wrapped up in himself no piensa sino en sí mismo they were completely wrapped up in each other se miraban absortos, no tenían ojos más que el uno para el otro 1.1verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio 2.1 (dress warmly) abrigarse* wrap up well o warmly abrígate bien 2.2 (shut up) (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar], cerrar* el pico [colloquial/familiar], callarse la boca [colloquial/familiar]

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There are 2 translations of wrap in Spanish:

wrap2

n

  • 2 (wrapper, wrapping) envoltorio (masculine) to keep sth under wraps [colloquial/familiar] mantener* algo en secreto to take the wraps off sth [colloquial/familiar] sacar* algo a la luz
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    • Bones and plastic food wrap can cause choking and/or obstruct a pet's digestive system, and may require a surgical solution.
    • Films are the type of flexible plastic used in plastic bags or food wrap, only much thicker.
    • To maintain humidity during germination, I place the flat in a plastic bag, cover it with plastic food wrap or use a plastic humidity cover.

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Word of the day camisa
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Today is a public holiday in Chile (Día de la Independencia)