Recent Examples of wrapper from the Web
McDonald’s plans to make all its packaging from recycled or renewable sources by 2025, up from half today, and wants every one of its restaurants to recycle straws, wrappers, cups and the like.
Beer, soft drinks, candy, canned soup and even pharmaceuticals rely on aluminum for cans, wrappers and blister packs, and many electronics include the metal.
Aside from the whole crayon wrapper thing, color blindness didn’t start to really impact my daily life until high school.
Clowns, chocolate-wrapper collages and childlike drawings are all Mrs. Bratescu’s little jokes, but the punch lines remain hazy.
But why the homage to a Big Mac to begin with, especially from a chef better known for impeccable ingredients and fine dining than for anything resembling food that comes in a wrapper?
Procter & Gamble has been fighting the Internet and social-media Tidr Pod Challenge craze of people eating the not-for-human-consumption laundry detergent packaged in individual wrappers.
Place 2 rounded teaspoons filling in center of 1 wrapper.
Bakers are ordered to limit the variety of bread and rolls and to cut down to one wrapper.
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First Known Use of wrapper
WRAPPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wrapper for English Language Learners
: a thin piece of paper, plastic, etc., that covers or surrounds something to protect it
WRAPPER Defined for Kids
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