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Wrap

Wrap, WRAP or Wrapped may refer to:

Contents

  • Storage and preservation 1
  • Media and arts 2
  • Marketing and finance 3
  • Organisations 4
  • Products and services 5
  • Technology 6
  • Other 7
  • See also 8

Storage and preservation

  • Overwrap, a wrapping of items in a package or a wrapping over packages
  • Plastic wrap, a thin, clear, flexible plastic used to cover food
  • Shrink wrap, a polymer used to bundle boxes on a pallet for transport
  • Gift wrap or wrap paper, used to enclose a present
  • Vehicle wrap, a coloured polymer used to cover a car's paintwork, for advertising purposes or as a cost-effective alternative to a re-spray.

Media and arts

Marketing and finance

  • Wrap advertising, a method of advertising on vehicles
  • Wrap account, a financial product/platform in which a brokerage manages an investor's portfolio for a flat quarterly or annual fee
  • Service wrap, a set of non-core services which are bundled with a core service

Organisations

Products and services

  • Wrap (sandwich), a food item where an outer shell is wrapped around another food item, often a standard sandwich filling or vegetables
  • Mud wrap, a type of spa treatment
  • Wrap (clothing), a skirt-like garment

Technology

Other

See also

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