Hindi translation of 'wrap'
wrap /ræp रैप्/
Word forms: wraps, wrapping, wrapped
1. transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you wrap something, or if you wrap it up, you fold paper or cloth tightly round it to cover it.
लपेटना/कस कर बांधना
I'll take the opportunity to wrap up some presents.
2. transitive verb
If you wrap something such as a piece of paper or cloth around another thing, you put it around it.
She wrapped a handkerchief around her bleeding hand.
3. transitive verb
If you wrap your arms, fingers, or legs around something, you put them tightly around it.
He wrapped his arms around her and held her for half a minute.
4. see also wrapping
If you wrap up, you put warm clothes on.
गर्म कपड़े पहनना
It can be breezy, so wrap up well.
If you wrap up something such as a job or an agreement, you complete it in a satisfactory way.
The deal was wrapped up in just 24 hours.
3. see also wrap 1
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Example Sentences Including 'wrap'
Luckily the evening was warm enough so a stole was all the wrap she needed.Miss Melville Regrets
A rotund figure approached across the courtyard, swathed in a maroon woollen wrap.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
But she was reassured by the sight of her wrap and negligee.The Image of Laura
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'wrap' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُغَلِّفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: embrulhar
- Chinese: 包装
- Croatian: zamotati
- Czech: zabalit zabalovat
- Danish: pakke ind
- Dutch: inpakken
- European Spanish: envolver
- Finnish: kääriä
- French: emballer
- German: wickeln
- Greek: τυλίγω
- Italian: avvolgere
- Japanese: 包む
- Korean: 감싸다
- Norwegian: pakke
- Polish: zawinąć zawijać
- Portuguese: embrulhar
- Romanian: a împacheta
- Russian: обертывать
- Spanish: envolver
- Swedish: slå in
- Thai: ห่อ
- Turkish: sarmak
- Ukrainian: загортати загорнути
- Vietnamese: gói
Translation of wrap from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary