it's/that's a wrap

Definition of it's/that's a wrap

  1. —used to say that the filming of a movie or television show or one of its scenes is finished It's a wrap, folks. We can go home now.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  that one — compare he, its, she, they

    : used as subject of an impersonal verb that expresses a condition or action without reference to an agent

    : used with many verbs as a direct object with little or no meaning

  1. :  the player in a game who performs the principal action of the game (as trying to find others in hide-and-seek)

thatplay
  1. :  the person, thing, or idea indicated, mentioned, or understood from the situation

    :  the time, action, or event specified

    :  the kind or thing specified as follows

  1. : used as a function word to introduce a noun clause that is usually the subject or object of a verb or a predicate nominative

    : used as a function word to introduce a subordinate clause that is anticipated by the expletive it occurring as subject of the verb

    : used as a function word to introduce a subordinate clause that is joined as complement to a noun or adjective

  1. :  being the person, thing, or idea specified, mentioned, or understood

    :  so great a :  such

    :  the farther away or less immediately under observation or discussion

  1. : used as a function word to introduce a restrictive relative clause and to serve as a substitute within that clause for the substantive modified by the clause

    :  at which :  in which :  on which :  by which :  with which :  to which

    :  that which

  1. :  to such an extent

    :  very, extremely

wrapplay
  1. :  to cover especially by winding or folding

    :  to envelop and secure for transportation or storage :  bundle

    :  enfold, embrace

  1. :  wrapper, wrapping

    :  material used for wrapping

    :  an article of clothing that may be wrapped around a person

  1. :  wraparound


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clearly seen through or understood

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