Idiom: that's a wrap / it's a wrap
This idiom is used to say something is finished.
Note: It's often used to indicate the ending of the filming of a video, television, movie scene or show.
— After six months of filming, the actors cheered when the director said, "That's a wrap."
— Folks, it's a wrap. The conference was a immense success and I appreciate all of your hard work.
— A: Can we go home soon? B: Yes, it's a wrap. You can go home now.
— Well, that's a wrap. I cannot believe that was my last college exam.
— Everyone, that's a wrap. Thanks for coming. Tomorrow, we'll be contacting the finalists by email for the second round of auditions.
— After just six episodes, I'm afraid it's a wrap. Unfortunately, the show didn't resonate with viewers.
— The photographer shot photos for almost four hours and we thought he would never say that's a wrap.
— We'll shoot the scene 50 times if necessary. It's not a wrap until I'm satisfied.
— It was already past 2 AM when the film crew was told it was a wrap.
— Did you hear Maria Sharapova announced it's a wrap on her tennis career today?
— I really want to see "Wicked" on Broadway before it's a wrap. Can you get us tickets?
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