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wraparound (not comparable)
- (of clothing) designed to be wrapped around the body and tied
- (of windows, lenses, etc.) that extends around a corner or bend
- Serving to surround or bookend something else.
- 1999, Thomas Schatz, Boom and Bust: American Cinema in the 1940s, page 397:
- Ushers announced movie showtimes from the moment the A picture started because the wraparound material was simply not the main attraction.
- (countable) A garment that is wrapped around the body and tied.
- (countable) A label or advertising display that wraps around a container.
- (countable, television, radio) A segment where material featuring one person (such as a reporter) is introduced and concluded by another person.
- (often attributive) An extension to a property that combines side and rear extensions.
- (countable) Synonym of
- (countable, computing) Word wrap, the word processing feature that moves text on to the next line if it will not fit on the current one.
- (uncountable, computing) wrapping of numerical value in case of underflow or overflow
- In C# the addition of integers is unchecked, so wraparound occurs if the resulting value is beyond the representable range.