noun bun·dle \ˈbən-dəl\

: a group of things that are fastened, tied, or wrapped together

: a group of things that are together or are associated with each other in some way

: a person who has a lot of some quality or who is known for a particular kind of behavior

Full Definition of BUNDLE

a :  a group of things fastened together for convenient handling
b :  package, parcel
c :  a considerable number :  lot
d :  a sizable sum of money
e :  a person embodying a specified quality or characteristic
f :  bunch 2
a :  a small band of mostly parallel fibers (as of nerve or muscle)
b :  vascular bundle
:  a package offering related products or services at a single price

Examples of BUNDLE

  1. Whoever picks the winning ticket will win a bundle of prizes.
  2. He made a bundle on the stock market.
  3. A reliable car doesn't have to cost a bundle.
  4. They made bundles of money.

Origin of BUNDLE

Middle English bundel, from Middle Dutch; akin to Old English byndel bundle, bindan to bind
First Known Use: 14th century

Related to BUNDLE

abundance, barrel, basketful, boatload, bucket, bunch, lot, bushel, carload, chunk, deal, dozen, fistful, gobs, good deal, heap, hundred, lashings (also lashins) [chiefly British], loads, mass, mess, mountain, much, multiplicity, myriad, oodles, pack, passel, peck, pile, plateful, plenitude, plentitude, plenty, pot, potful, profusion, quantity, raft, reams, scads, sheaf, shipload, sight, slew, spate, stack, store, ton, truckload, volume, wad, wealth, yard
ace, bit, dab, dram, driblet, glimmer, handful, hint, lick, little, mite, mouthful, nip, ounce, peanuts, pinch, pittance, scruple, shade, shadow, smidgen (also smidgeon or smidgin or smidge), speck, spot, sprinkle, sprinkling, strain, streak, suspicion, tad, taste, touch, trace

Rhymes with BUNDLE



: to fasten, tie, or wrap a group of things together : to make (a group of things) into a bundle

: to move or push (someone) into a place quickly

: to include (a product or service) with another product or service so that they are sold together

bun·dledbun·dling \ˈbən(d)-liŋ, ˈbən-dəl-iŋ\

Full Definition of BUNDLE

transitive verb
:  to make into a bundle
:  to hustle or hurry unceremoniously <bundled the children off to school>
:  to include (a product or service) with a related product for sale at a single price
intransitive verb
:  hurry, hustle
:  to practice bundling
bun·dler \-lər, -dəl-ər\ noun

Examples of BUNDLE

  1. Someone had bundled the wet towels into a big pile.
  2. She bundled the children into the car.
  3. We all bundled into the car.
  4. They've increased sales by bundling their most popular programs.
  5. a computer that comes with bundled software

First Known Use of BUNDLE



noun bun·dle \ˈbən-dəl\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of BUNDLE

:  a small band of mostly parallel fibers (as of nerve or muscle) :  fasciculus, tract


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