A casual English expression you can say when you want to finishsomething.
Meaning, end a meeting or finish a project.
In a meeting your boss may say:
“Let’s wrap up this meeting in the next 5 minutes.”
At school your teacher may say:
“We will wrap up this topic today.”
“Wrap up” means to bring something to an ending.
It is usually used for meetings and projects.
“I’m just wrapping up a project”
Meaning, I’m almost finished a project.
“Can we wrap this up?”
Meaning, I want this conversation to end soon.
“Wrap things up” is more general, can be used with context.
Teacher may say: “We will wrap things up today.”
Boss may say: “Alright everybody let’s wrap things up.”
I’m going “wrap things up” now!
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