phrasal verb. wrap up | wrap it up. (informal) usually used as an order to tell somebody to stop talking or causing trouble, etc.
Idiom: that's a wrap / it's a wrap. This idiom is used to say something is finished. Note: It's often used to indicate the ending of the filming of a video, television, movie scene or show.
1. A brief final summary, as of the news. 2. A concluding or final action: the wrap-up of a campaign.
You are done providing new information in support of your thesis and are rapping things up. In its literal sense, the verb to wrap means.
(ˈ)rap-ˈəp. : summarize, sum up. : to bring to a conclusion.
wrap-up (rap′up′), n. a final report or summary:a wrap-up of the evening news. the conclusion or final result:the wrap-up of the election campaign. British Terms[Australian Slang.]
Rap, Wrap. Rap: a sharp blow; a type of music (nouns); to strike sharply (verb). Wrap: to enclose in a covering.
On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wrapped up, such as: end, complete, conclude, wind up, terminate, and close.
wrapped adjective (HAPPY)
Australian English informal. (also rapt) extremely happy or excited.
To swear; to perjure oneself." This definition coincides with a quote taken from Budgell, Bee I.
Rapt: if you're very happy, you're rapt. Reckon: saying 'I reckon' is a very Australian thing to do. It basically means 'I believe' or 'I think'. Rellies/relos: the slang term for your relatives or family members. Ripper: another way to say great.
verb. arrange or fold as a cover or protection. synonyms: wrap. Antonyms: undo, unwrap. remove the outer cover or wrapping of.
a phrase used in film making to tell actors and crew that filming of a particular scene, film, etc. has finished. Finished & over.
Bad rap is the original phrase meaning "a bad or undeserved reputation." Bad rep, which contains the literal shortening of "reputation," has historically been interpreted as a spelling error, but has seen enough usage to merit entry. Bad wrap is considered wrong and is best saved for referring to wraps and tortillas.
The answer is simple: rap, wrap are homophones of the English language.
idiom. : fully involved or interested in (something) I was (completely) wrapped up in my work, so I didn't hear you come in.
phrasal verb. If you wrap up something such as a job or an agreement, you complete it in a satisfactory way.
The purpose of the Wrap Up strategy is to help students to understand and remember what they have learned. The general procedure requires two steps: generate questions and review important ideas.
to complete or finish something: It's getting late – let's wrap it up. She wrapped up a deal just before she left on vacation.
Meaning of wrap party in English
a party for the actors and other people involved in making a film or TV show, to celebrate the end of filming: The cast and crew celebrated the season at a wrap party on March 13.
2. sheila – woman or female.
Lemony means annoyed, as in, I got lemony at the kid. This piece of Aussie slang dates back to the 1940s.
If you take a type of flatbread, like a tortilla or pita, put a bunch of sandwich ingredients on it, and roll it up before eating it, you'd get what is nowadays called a wrap. If the ingredients you used don't work well together, you'd get a wrap that isn't good—a bad wrap.