When you wrap something, you fold paper or cloth tightly round it to cover it completely, for example in order to protect it or so that you can give it to someone as a present.
Harry had carefully bought and wrapped presents for Mark to give them...
Mexican Indians used to wrap tough meat in leaves from the papaya tree.
Wrap is the material that something is wrapped in.
I tucked some plastic wrap around the sandwiches to keep them from getting stale.
When you wrap something such as a piece of paper or cloth round another thing, you put it around it.
She wrapped a handkerchief around her bleeding palm...
Then she stood up, wrapping her coat around her angrily...
If someone wraps their arms, fingers, or legs around something, they put them firmly around it.
He wrapped his arms around her.
A wrap is a piece of clothing which women wear round their shoulders, either to keep them warm when wearing an evening dress, or for decoration over a coat.
If you keep something under wraps, you keep it secret, often until you are ready to announce it at some time in the future.
The bids were submitted in May and were meant to have been kept under wraps until October...
The date and venue of the game must remain under wraps...