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Idiom of the week – Take the wraps off (something)

Posted by englishlessons on February 18, 2013

Definition:

reveal a new product or plan that was previously kept secret

Examples:

That gaming company took the wraps off their latest product today.

At the press conference, the city will take the wraps off the design for the new concert hall.

Picture it:

Picture an excited child taking the wrapping paper off of a gift to reveal it.

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