wrap, wrap up(verb)
arrange or fold as a cover or protection
"wrap the baby before taking her out"; "Wrap the present"
get through, wrap up, finish off, mop up, polish off, clear up, finish up(verb)
finish a task completely
"I finally got through this homework assignment"
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roll up, wrap up(verb)
form a cylinder by rolling
"roll up a banner"
cover, wrap up(verb)
clothe, as if for protection from the elements
"cover your head!"
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He wrapped up the parcel with brown paper.
Let me wrap up this project before I begin a new one.
It's a cold, snowy day and I'm going to wrap up thoroughly before I go sledding.
The newscaster wrapped up the day's events.
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How to use wrap up in a sentence?
This gives staff the month of August in all likelihood to wrap up our investigation and for staff to work intensely while we’re out of here and not getting in their hair.
The big story today as investors wrap up the year is that after all that's said and done, it's a flat year for the S&P 500.
She's not in custody as charges are still pending. We are waiting for the investigation to wrap up, which could take a couple of weeks.
This gives us the month of August in all likelihood to wrap up our investigation. And for staff to work intensely while we're out of here not getting in their hair, we could be in a situation where members could look at that and digest it over the beginning of September.
Some Republicans are hoping lawmakers will soon wrap up investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election that have dragged on for most of the year. But with new details in the probe emerging almost daily, that seems unlikely. Three congressional committees are investigating Russian interference and whether President Donald Trump’s campaign was in any way involved. The panels have obtained thousands of pages of documents from Trump’s campaign and other officials, and have done dozens of interviews. The probes are separate from special counselRobert Mueller’s investigation. Special CounselRobert Mueller can prosecute for criminal activity, while Congress can only lay out findings, publicize any perceived wrongdoing and pass legislation to try to keep problems from happening again. If any committee finds evidence of criminal activity, it must refer the matter to Special CounselRobert Mueller. All three committees have focused on a June 2016 meeting that President Donald Trump campaign officials held in Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer and others.
Translations for wrap up
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- einhüllen, packen, zum Abschluss bringen, umhüllen, zusammenfassen, verpacken, einpacken, eintütenGerman
- envolver, abrigarse, concluir, resumir, terminar, recapitularSpanish
- جمع کردن, جمعبندی کردن, پوشاندنPersian
- tiivistää, päättää, [[tehdä]] [[yhteenveto]], saada valmiiksi, pukeutua lämpimästi, paketoidaFinnish
- emballer, emmitoufler, résumer, terminer, récapituler, conclureFrench
- incartare, impacchettare, riassumere, completare, terminare, sintetizzare, imballare, essere ben coperto, ricapitolare, concludere, confezionare, portare a termine, coprirsiItalian
- omhullen, verpakken, samenvatten, inpakken, afrondenDutch
- [[encapotar]]-[[se]], empacotar, [[agasalhar]]-[[se]], embrulhar, embalarPortuguese
- закутаться, заворачивать, завернуть, закутыватьсяRussian
- avrunda, packa in, avsluta, bylta, sammanfatta, slå inSwedish
- özetlemek, bitirmek, sarmak, toparlamak, son vermek, paketlemekTurkish
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