Get wrapped up in this Hello, Does anyone explain about the expression below? This here means a crime that the speaker want to hide herself. "I can't wait to get wrapped up in this with her." Thank you!
Jul 9, 2019 3:54 AM
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“Get wrapped up in” usually means “get deeply involved in.” Example: “I’ll be wrapped up in a big project all week, so I can’t go out to dinner with you until next week.”
July 9, 2019
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