a group or company(informal) The players were a great bunch.
The trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
bands of government soldiers
All the old crowd from my university days were there.
a party of explorers
Mr Hunter and his management team
She was aware of a little troop of travellers watching them.
He spoke today before a large gathering of world leaders.
a motley crew of college friends
He was attacked by a gang of youths.
A little knot of men stood clapping.
a growing mob of demonstrators
his flock of advisors
A swarm of people encircled the hotel.
the multitudes that surround the Pope
a bevy of reporters
a number of things growing, fastened, or grouped togetherHe had left a huge bunch of flowers in her hotel room.
a number of things growing, fastened, or grouped togetherShe had fallen asleep clutching a fat bunch of grapes.
a collectionWe did a bunch of songs together.
I have had an enormous number of letters from concerned parents.
We've just sacked one lot of builders.
On the desk is a mass of books and papers.
a pile of books
a vast quantity of food
There were stacks of books on the bedside table and floor.
a heap of bricks
the current batch of trainee priests
She clutches the sides of her skirt until it bunches around her waist.
Gather the skirt at the waist.
I wrinkled the velvet.
The skin around her eyes had begun to wrinkle.
large baggy trousers, pleated at the front
She let the wind ruffle her hair.
I leaned forward to rumple his hair.
She puckered her lips and kissed him on the nose.
See bunch together or up
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in the sense of band
having legs curved outwards at the kneesbands of government soldiers
in the sense of batch
a group of similar objects or people dispatched or dealt with at the same timethe current batch of trainee priests
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