- a final report or summary: a wrap-up of the evening news.
- the conclusion or final result: the wrap-up of the election campaign.
- Australian Slang. an enthusiastic recommendation or flattering account.
Origin of wrap-up
First recorded in 1950–55; noun use of verb phrase wrap up
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Examples from the Web for wrap-up
The wrap-up was masterminded by Kim Gavin, the man who produces live concerts for the pop group Take That.Olympics Closing Ceremonies: London Rocks Out
August 12, 2012
“The London summit was not, after all, a flop,” begins the wrap-up from Financial Times editor Philip Stephens.How'd Obama Do at the G-20?
The Daily Beast
April 3, 2009