Spanish translation: terminar, concluir, finalizar, se acabó,
Definition: When we wrap up a job or a project, or some type of agreement, it means we have finished it, completed it, including finalizing the last details.
Used in a sentence:
We really need to wrap up this meeting. It’s getting late.
They wrapped up the deal just before the holidays.
“That’s a wrap” is what film production crews yell out when they finish filming a film.
Related words or phrases: complete, finish, conclude