Definition of 'bundle'
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Health centres are overflowing with tiny bundles of suffering. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now the veteran is aiming to pick up another bundle of joy in the form of a gold medal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I still don't think we will be looking at spending bundles of cash. The Sun (2016)Street vendors sell bundles of sticky rice bound in banana leaf. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Yet the trainer himself is a bundle of nerves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All sorts of things came out of the little bundles. What Katy Did (1872)Online users must buy bids in bundles. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was our bundle of joy and our little ray of sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She is fun and brings a bundle of energy to the team. The Sun (2012)Savers with a bundle of cash locked into a bond should have snapped them up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Me with the tiny bundle of coldness that was almost hurting me to hold. The Sun (2011)What makes one bundle of goods different from another? Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Here are the top uniform bundles to bag now. The Sun (2013)Yet bundling together different allegations in one case is fraught with danger. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can get better value if you go for bundled deals. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can imagine what a bundle of fun we were. The Sun (2006)One leapt in front of his motorcade and was bundled away. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Could this bundle of cloth improve my life? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The bundled software takes some getting used to but makes transferring files easy. The Sun (2009)Expect it to sell a bundle as our thoughts turn to resolutions in the new year. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Then it's a matter of building up the initial three items until you have a funny memory bundle of the full shopping list. The Sun (2008)On the third...'Anyone could drop a bundle of cheques on to the alarm button. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'bundle'
British English: bundle NOUN
A bundle of things is a number of things that are tied or wrapped together so that they can be carried or stored.
He left a bundle of papers on the floor.
British English: bundle VERB
If someone is bundled somewhere, someone pushes them there in a rough and hurried way.
He was bundled into a car and driven 50 miles to a police station.
Definition of bundle from the Collins English Dictionary
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