Definition of 'bunch'
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Each bunch contains the hair of hundreds of women. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is workable if we have a bunch of brilliant people the schools have an incentive to employ. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Within four minutes they had their third - the pick of the bunch. The Sun (2016)He was the pick of the bunch, man of the match and deservedly so. The Sun (2016)Yes, they were missing a whole bunch of stars who would have provided more of a test. The Sun (2016)Also, the whole thing feels like a bunch of people jumping on a bandwagon for reasons of cash. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They're a pretty resilient bunch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Chop the bunch of coriander working up from the stalks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We will get a bunch like that again. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The firm is just a bunch of people. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When you get a bunch of people together. The Sun (2009)This is one tough bunch of folk. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So he wore a white curly wig like a bunch of large dead worms. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The first is easily the pick of the bunch. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This app will give you stats for a whole bunch of scenarios. The Sun (2014)Divide the thyme into two bunches and lay side by side with space between them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Ask for directions and you'll get a whole bunch of them joining in to help. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Can I wear my hair in bunches? Times, Sunday Times (2006)A bunch of fresh coriander, leaves picked. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Skipper called her crew 'a tough bunch of chicks '. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He said: 'My mum would put my hair in bunches and dress me in skirts. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'bunch'
British English: bunch /bʌntʃ/ NOUN
A bunch of things is a group of them.
He held a bunch of keys.
- American English: bunch
- Arabic: جَماعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: conjunto flores
- Chinese: 群
- Croatian: svežanj
- Czech: skupina
- Danish: flok
- Dutch: bosje
- European Spanish: montón
- Finnish: nippu
- French: bouquet
- German: Bündel
- Greek: δέσμη
- Italian: mazzo
- Japanese: 束 ひとまとめ
- Korean: 송이 꽃
- Norwegian: knippe
- Polish: wiązka
- European Portuguese: ramo flores
- Romanian: grămadă
- Russian: связка
- Spanish: ramo
- Swedish: klase
- Thai: กลุ่ม พวง รวง เครือ
- Turkish: demet
- Ukrainian: зв'язка
- Vietnamese: chùm
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