tie [transitive] to attach or hold two or more things together using string, rope, etc.; to fasten
somebody/something with string, rope, etc.
tie something + adv./prep. She tied the newspapers in a bundle.
He had to tie her hands together.
They tied him to a chair with cable.
I tie back my hair when I'm cooking.
The box was tied with plastic string.
His hands were tied behind his back.
tie something Shall I tie the package or tape it?
wrap [transitive] wrap something around/round something/somebody to put something around something/somebody
A scarf was wrapped around his neck.
The nurse wrapped a bandage tightly around my ankle.
His arms were wrapped around her waist.
He wrapped his arms tightly around her waist.
He wrapped his hands around my neck and tried to strangle me.
She's got a towel wrapped around her head.
My kid did this today (see the picture)
What should I say?
Why did you tie your finger with a rubber band?
Why did you tie a rubber band on your finger?
Why did you wrap a rubber band around your finger?