1. wrap up
Remember to wrap up all your presents.
Let's wrap up this project for today. I'm to tired to continue.
English word "einpacken"(wrap up) occurs in sets:Ziel-Lektion 2-Verb2Ziel-Lektion 2-Verb2Ziel-Lektion 2-Verb
Shall we pack everything together?
As a last precaution, I put a flashlight into my pack.
I discouraged my sister from going out with the leader of the pack.
Can you pack it?
Pack eggs in dozens.
Some people are sure to ask, why don't we just pack up and leave Afghanistan?
I told my wife: Liliane, pack up the bags, we're going back to Paris.
After filling your pipe with tobacco, tamp it down with your thumb, but don't pack it too tightly.
Because I do sit-ups every day, you can finally see my six pack.
There's no time, so ready-made pack OK?
Social networks enable men to revive their instinct of pack hunters, like hyena.
I lead the pack I ain't no pretender
It's a jungle out there. If you wanna stay alive, you must pack an equalizer.
I packed all my books in my school bag and went for the bus.
pack of dogs, wolves, lies, football hooligans