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bundle

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noun bun·dle \ˈbən-dəl\

Definition of bundle

  1. 1a :  a group of things fastened together for convenient handling a bundle of newspapersb :  package, parcel arrived with several bundles under his armsc :  a considerable number :  lot a bundle of contradictionsd :  a sizable sum of money will cost you a bundlee :  a person embodying a specified quality or characteristic She's a little bundle of energy. was a bundle of nerves before his speechf :  bunch 2 a bundle of friends

  2. 2a biology :  a small band of mostly parallel fibers (as of nerve or muscle)b botany :  vascular bundle

  3. 3 :  a package offering related products or services at a single price software bundles

Examples of bundle in a Sentence

  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.

Recent Examples of bundle from the Web

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Origin and Etymology of bundle

Middle English bundel, from Middle Dutch; akin to Old English byndel bundle, bindan to bind


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bundle

verb bun·dle

Definition of bundle

bundled

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bundling

play \ˈbən(d)-liŋ, ˈbən-dəl-iŋ\
  1. transitive verb
  2. 1 :  to make into a bundle bundle the magazines together

  3. 2 :  to hustle or hurry unceremoniously bundled the children off to school

  4. 3 :  to include (a product or service) with a related product for sale at a single price software bundled with computer hardware bundling cable and Internet services

  5. intransitive verb
  6. 1 :  hurry, hustle … a group of servants came bundling from the kitchen. — Charlotte Brontë

  7. 2 :  to practice bundling

bundler

play \-lər, -dəl-ər\ noun

Examples of bundle in a Sentence

  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

Recent Examples of bundle from the Web

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Origin and Etymology of bundle

see 1bundle



BUNDLE Defined for English Language Learners

bundle

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noun

Definition of bundle for English Language Learners

  • : 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

bundle

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Definition of bundle for English Language Learners

  • : 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


BUNDLE Defined for Kids

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bundle

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noun bun·dle \ˈbən-dəl\

Definition of bundle for Students

  1. :  a number of things fastened, wrapped, or gathered closely together


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bundle

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verb bun·dle

Definition of bundle for Students

bundled

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bundling

  1. 1 :  to fasten, tie, or wrap a group of things together

  2. 2 :  to move or push into or out of a place quickly We were immediately bundled off the plane.

bundle up

  1. :  to dress warmly


Medical Dictionary

bundle

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noun bun·dle \ˈbən-dəl\

Medical Definition of bundle

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



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