wraparound (ˈræpəˌraʊnd)

  1. made so as to be wrapped round somethinga wrapround skirt
  2. surrounding, curving round, or overlapping
  3. curving round in one continuous piecea wrapround windscreen
  1. printing a flexible plate of plastic, metal, or rubber that is made flat but used wrapped round the plate cylinder of a rotary press
  2. Also called: outsert printing a separately printed sheet folded around a section for bindingSometimes shortened to: wrap
  3. a slip of paper folded round the dust jacket of a book to announce a price reduction, special offer, etc
  4. another name for wrapover
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