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bun·dle

bundle

 
 
pronunciation:
buhn dl
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb, intransitive verb
phrases:
bundle up
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: an assemblage of things that have been tied, bound, or packaged together.
a bundle of firewood
 
similar words:
bale, bunch, fagot, pack, sheaf, tuft, wisp
definition 2: a package wrapped to make it easier to carry.
synonyms:
package, parcel
similar words:
packet
definition 3: in biology, a cluster of muscle or nerve fibers.
similar words:
cluster, fascicle
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: bundles, bundling, bundled
definition 1: to assemble and make into a bundle.
He bundled the pipes for transport.
similar words:
bale, band, bind, bunch, fagot, package, sheave, tie, truss, wrap
definition 2: to make (someone) leave quickly or without the usual formalities (usu. fol. by "off," "out," or the like).
They bundled their children off to camp.She bundled her brother out the door while he was still talking.
synonyms:
hustle, rush
similar words:
oust
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition: to depart quickly or without the usual formalities (usu. fol. by "off," "out", or the like).
synonyms:
split
similar words:
abscond, decamp, depart, leave
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phrase: bundle up
derivation: bundler (n.)
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