to fold a covering round (something) and fasten it securelyShe wrapped the baby in a blanket.
He covered his head with a turban.
The church was surrounded by a rusted wrought-iron fence.
The land was enclosed by an eight-foot wire fence.
The coastline was cloaked in fog.
Mist shrouded the outline of the palace.
All of us were muffled up in several layers of clothing.
envelop, , ,
the thick black cloud of smoke that enveloped the area
Wood was comfortably enfolded in a woolly dressing-gown.
to fold a covering round (something) and fasten it securelyHarry had wrapped some presents for the children.
They offered me a job packing goods in a warehouse.
The coffee beans are ground and packaged for sale.
parcel (up), ,
to fold, wind, or coilShe wrapped a handkerchief round her bleeding hand.
See wrap something up
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in the sense of enclose
to surround completelyThe land was enclosed by an eight-foot wire fence.
in the sense of enfold
to cover (something) by, or as if by, wrapping something round itWood was comfortably enfolded in a woolly dressing-gown.
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