English version

wrapper

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Household
wrapperwrap‧per /ˈræpə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DHCOVERthe piece of paper or plastic that covers something when it is sold 🔊 old sweet wrappers
Examples from the Corpus
wrapperMars Inc. had a wrapper problem it wanted to keep under wraps.The empty stadium was littered with burger wrappers and empty cans.a candy wrapperHis eyelids crackle like candy wrappers.Bodie upturned the waste bin and sorted through the small pile of chewing-gum wrappers, empty cigarette packets, and cigarette butts.chewing-gum wrappersThe satin was perfect, had not even been removed from its muslin wrappers.Used to crawl out on the roof in that little pink wrapper, but not anymore.She saw a box of cigarettes with matches tucked into the wrapper.I suggest you purchase the wrappers.
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