wrapped up in someone/something
wrapped up in (someone or something)
Thoroughly absorbed, involved, or immersed in someone or something. It's easy to get wrapped up in drama in high school, but there are so many things that are better uses of your time and energy. I got so wrapped up in her during the relationship that it felt like I had lost a part of myself. Don't bother trying to have a conversation with him right now, he's totally wrapped up in one of his video games.
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wrapped up (in someone/something)
mod. concerned or obsessed with someone or something. I’m too wrapped up in my charity work to get a job.
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- wrapped up in (someone or something)
- wrapped up with (someone or something)
- be wrapped up in (someone or something)
- be wrapped up in somebody/something
- not stand the sight of (someone or something)
- take up with (something)
- up to neck
- bound up with (someone or something)
- consumed by desire
- soak (someone or something) through