Definition of 'wrapped up'
Example sentences containing 'wrapped up'
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I don't know because I'm too wrapped up in a sense of disappointment, which is ridiculous. CHAMELEON (2002)An old fashioned razor --- bone handled --- wrapped up in a small off-white face towel (Katherine almost cut herself upon it. BEHINDLINGS (2002)From the right one he removed something small, wrapped up in tin foil. BEHINDLINGS (2002)
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Used Occasionally. wrapped up is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'wrapped up'
British English: wrapped up ADJECTIVE
If someone is wrapped up in a particular person or thing, they spend nearly all their time thinking about them, so that they forget about other things which may be important.
He's too serious and dedicated, wrapped up in his career.
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