noun bunch·er \ˈbənchə(r)\

Definition of buncher



  1. :  one that bunches: such as a :  one who makes bunches (see bunch 4) by rolling filler tobacco in binder leaves —called also binder b :  the velocity-modulating element that effects the electron bunching in a klystron — compare catcher 4, rhumbatron

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Origin and Etymology of buncher

2bunch + -er

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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