wrap (someone or something) in (something)

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wrap (someone or something) in (something)

To enfold, envelop, or enclose someone or something in some material. Often used in passive constructions. Wrap the kids in towels so they don't get too cold coming out of the water. The chicken breast is stuffed with cheese and then wrapped in pancetta. Be sure to wrap everything in bubble wrap, or things could break while they're being shipped.
See also: wrap

wrap in

v.
1. To cover, envelop, or encase something or someone by folding or coiling something about: I wrapped myself in a blanket and sat by the fire.
2. To enclose and secure something in some material: We wrapped the package in newspaper and bound it with string.
See also: wrap