How to Conjugate Wrap Up
- Infinitive: Wrap Up
- Present Tense: Wrap Up/ Wraps Up
- -ing Form: Wrapping Up
- Past Tense: Wrapped Up
- Past Participle: Wrapped Up
Definitions of Wrap Up:
1. To cover something with some kind of special paper.
Examples: We need to wrap up all these gifts in two hours. Let’s get started!
I don’t wrap up gifts anymore, instead I just buy those cute bags with some tissue paper to put the gift in.
2. To cover yourself with a blanket or scarf in order to stay warm.
Examples: You can wrap yourself up in my blanket if you want.
Last night I had to wrap up in two blankets to keep warm in my bed.
3. To conclude a presentation, event, etc.
Examples: Can you please wrap up this discussion?
Let’s wrap up the event with a magic trick.
4. To be emotionally into someone or something.
Examples: Sam prefers to stay single because when he is in a relationship he gets too wrapped up in the woman that he loses himself.
Don’t get wrapped up in a job that you don’t take time to live life.
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