wrapping - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "wrapping" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

wrapping / упаковка, обертка, завертывание
имя существительное
packaging, packing, package, pack, wrapping, boxing
wrapper, wrap, wrapping, cover, envelope, boot
оберточная бумага
wrapping, pack paper, wrapping-paper
имя прилагательное
имя существительное
paper or soft material used to cover or enclose someone or something.
she took the cellophane wrapping off the box
cover or enclose (someone or something) in paper or soft material.
he wrapped the Christmas presents
arrange paper or soft material around (someone or something), typically as a covering or for warmth or protection.
wrap the bandage around the injured limb
cause (a word or unit of text) to be carried over to a new line automatically as the margin is reached, or to fit around embedded features such as pictures.
In fact in most cases, it is highly desirable to have an editor that wraps long text lines.
finish filming or recording.
we wrapped on schedule three days later
she took the cellophane wrapping off the box
she took the cellophane wrapping off the box
They even take care to put their empty wrappings and bottles in the litter bins, and that's something a lot of adults could well emulate.
We know it was once highly polished because an unused supply was found in the original tissue paper wrappings .
And when the mummy finally reached the van, and the linen wrappings had been removed, the CT scan inexplicably stopped working for more than two hours.
Delicate cornhusk wrappings and innovative flavor combinations are the calling cards of this Southern California company.
They are also offering to send out rubbish patrols after closing to pick up bottles, flyers and food wrappings in the immediate vicinity of the premises.
The fountain in the Corn Exchange has been criticised for being stuffed with food paper wrappings most of the time.
He crumpled up the juvenile green and yellow paper wrappings and tossed them into a plastic sack.
He turned to hydropathy, a Victorian medical fashion in which a patient is given cold showers, steam baths, and wrappings in wet sheets.