2. informal usually in singular The end of a session of filming or recording.‘right, it's a wrap’
- ‘I just finished a wrap last week on a movie called Bottoms Up, which is a romantic comedy.’
- ‘I think everyone was very relieved when the director called it a wrap for the night.’
- ‘The director keyed his radio and announced that this segment was a wrap and that John and Shawn should get themselves to the set.’
- ‘As the testing draws to a close and the director calls a wrap on the shoot, I realise the Ferrari 355 Spyder hasn't been part of the proceedings at all.’
3. informal no object Finish filming or recording.‘we wrapped on schedule three days later’
- ‘Still, by the end of the day, Che Fu's done his thing and recording is pretty much wrapped.’
- ‘When the show or movie wraps, all the props are up for grabs.’
- ‘Then I watched Nine Queens when we wrapped and it's a fantastic movie.’
4 : the completion of a schedule or session for filming or recording
5 : to finish filming or recording
wrap a movie
7. to complete the filming of (a motion picture or television programme)
15. a. the end of a working day during the filming of a motion picture or television programme
b. the completion of filming of a motion picture or television programme
And that’s a wrap!
Canterbury crowds flocked to Canterbury Agricultural Park today to enjoy the final day of the 155th Canterbury A&P Show.
After Show: That's a Wrap
Wendy tells us about her summer plans before heading to the wrap party!
2017 SIA SNOW SHOW IS A WRAP!
(Snowsports Industries America)
Its a wrap for the 2018 Wanaka A&P Show