Green’s Dictionary of Slang

wrap v.

1. [mid-18C] of a man, to have sexual intercourse.

2. see wrap (it) up

3. see wrap (up) v.

SE in slang uses

In compounds

wrap-rascal (n.) [despite SE origin, not necessarily worn by criminals]

1. [18C–late 19C] a loose overcoat or greatcoat, worn mainly in the 18C.

2. [late 18C–early 19C] a red great-coat.

In phrases

wrap around (v.) (also wrap round, wrap up)

[1950s+] (orig. US) to crash one’s car.

wrap (it) up (v.) (also wrap)

1. [1930s+] to bring to an end, to conclude, to stop doing something; esp. as imper. wrap it up!, stop!

2. [1940s–50s] (N.Z./US Und.) to win.

wrap oneself around (v.) (also get around, wrap one’s teeth around)

[late 19C+] (orig. US) to eat and drink; often as imper. wrap yourself around that.

wrapt up in the tail of his mother’s smock

[late 18C–early 19C] said of one who has notable success with women.

wrap up (v.)

1. [1940s+] to stop talking, esp. as imper. wrap up!

2. see wrap around