Discussion in 'English Only' started by Henry~, Jan 15, 2008.
I should wrap things up sometime between seven and eight.
What does it mean by?
"To wrap things up" in this context means "finish".
In your example it means 'finish' or 'complete'.
Note that the verb 'to wrap up' can also mean 'to summarize'.
Note that to "wrap up" has a WR entry:
There are links to previous relevant threads too.
wrap up loose details
he sought to wrap up on a high-note.
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