The Glory and the Drean
to describe a persons’s feelings when they are extremely excited or happy about something.
it’s usually spelled rapt.
- He’ll be rapt to hear the news!
- My mum was rapt to hear that i’ll be in Melbourne for Christmas.
to cover someting,usually with paper,or thin material
- i need to wrap these presents.
- i need to wrap up these presents.
u can use both to express the same meaning.
you can alse wrap someone up in clothes or blankets,usually to protect them like a baby or a child.
- it’s cold outside.Keep him wrapped up nice and tight.
to end or finish something
- We’d better wrap this up,it looks like it’s about to rain.
- Have you wrapped up that project yet,or are you still working on it?
(or wrap round)
to put something around something else
- She’s over there,with the purple towel wrapped around her.
- He’s has a tattoo wrapped around his left arm.
to have complete control over someone
- My friend’s daughter has her dad wrapped around her little finger.
- Once you’ve got him wrapped around your finger,ask him to fly you to Paris on his next business trip!
to say that something is concealed,or being kept a secret.
- We’ve got some really exciting news,but we’re trying to keep it under wraps until my mum gets here on Friday.
- The government failed to keep news under wraps.
- Let’s try to keep it under wraps after the weekend.
(It’s a wrap!)
to announce the end of something,to say something has been successfully completed
- OK everyone! That’s a wrap!Great work!