French translation of 'wrap up'
separable transitive verb
1. (= gift-wrap) [presents] emballer
2. (= dress warmly) emmitoufler
3. (= complete) [deal] conclure
The deal was wrapped up in just 24 hours. Le marché a été conclu en tout juste 24 heures.
(= dress warmly) se couvrir
It can be breezy, so wrap up well Il peut y avoir du vent alors couvrez-vous bien
Copyright © by HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved.
Example Sentences Including 'wrap up'
These examples have been automatically selected and may contain sensitive content. Read more…
Perhaps Pollard would recommend him regardless; or perhaps the implication was for Walsh to wrap up the one or forget the other.RIOT
Now I must excuse myself for a moment and go and wrap up warmly.PROSECUTOR
Keep it entertaining, plenty of action and wrap up all the loose ends in fifty minutes.THE SOUND OF MURDER
Trends of 'wrap up'
Used Occasionally. wrap up is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
View usage for:
'wrap up' in Other Languages
British English: wrap up /ræp ʌp/ VERB
If you wrap something up, you fold paper or cloth tightly round it to cover it.
I'll take the opportunity to wrap up some presents.
- American English: wrap up
- Arabic: يُغَلِّفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: embrulhar
- Chinese: 包起来
- Croatian: umotati
- Czech: obalit
- Danish: pakke ind
- Dutch: verpakken
- European Spanish: envolver
- Finnish: kääriä johonkin
- French: emballer
- German: einwickeln
- Greek: τυλίγω
- Italian: incartare
- Japanese: 包む
- Korean: 돌돌 말다
- Norwegian: pakke (inn)
- Polish: obwinąć
- European Portuguese: embrulhar
- Romanian: a ambala
- Russian: заворачивать
- Spanish: envolver
- Swedish: slå in
- Thai: ห่อ
- Turkish: paketlemek
- Ukrainian: загортати
- Vietnamese: bọc gói lại
Translation of wrap up from the Collins English to French Dictionary