Noun(1) a grouping of a number of similar things(2) an informal body of friends(3) any collection in its entirety
Verb(1) form into a bunch(2) gather or cause to gather into a cluster
(1) he halted, forcing the rest of the field to bunch up behind him(2) He would rather get everybody involved, collect a bunch of steals and assists and then make the big plays down the stretch.(3) He's been writing steadily and has accumulated a bunch of fresh songs destined for his sophomore release next year.(4) The directors came in about five minutes before the callbacks were supposed to start, and then handed out a bunch of informational packets and stuff.(5) The heat this year won't have helped, not least because this is a hot and very crowded run at the best of times, with no escaping the sun or the other runners, who bunch up around you.(6) This comes at a time when a suitable location may have been found to bunch five phone masts together in Kew, stamping out the need to erect up to 15 transmitters at separate sites.(7) That's why, in the end, I'd say bring a bunch of your friends together for a party, drink a lot, and rent this film.(8) Rangers are a committed bunch but there is no substitute for playing and they are too shy on football activity in a club chasing the SHC as their priority.(9) If you get a bunch of women together they moan about these same things.(10) Katrina ordered some ham sandwich that, from the picture, was stacked with a whole bunch of meat.(11) the bluesy style that earned him a bunch of '70s hits(12) He sat up and stretched, slowly, feeling his sore muscles bunch .(13) The financing structure is not just a bunch of charitable institutions collecting donations and dispensing funds.(14) A bunch of multiple-choice questions were supposed to determine what our skills were and which fields we would be suited for.(15) By late April Mercury, Venus, Mars and Saturn will bunch up in the western sky just after sunset, with bright Jupiter close by.(16) I found some site that has collected a bunch of different texts that influenced Robert Anton Wilson.
(1) bunch of flowers :: хӯшаи гул
(2) bunch of grapes :: хӯшаи ангур
(3) a bunch of grapes :: як хӯшаи ангур
(4) bunch of keys :: хӯшаи калидҳои
(5) bunch of bananas :: хӯшаи банан
(6) bunch up :: хӯшаи то
(7) the pick of the bunch :: чидани аз хӯшаи
(8) bunch of fives :: хӯшаи fives
1. bouquet ::
2. cluster ::
3. group ::
4. an assortment of ::
6. crowd ::
7. lot ::
8. bundle ::
як банда пиёз
9. gather ::
10. cluster ::
11. bunch together ::
1. cavity ::
2. concave ::
3. concavity ::
4. dent ::
5. depression ::
6. dint ::
7. hollow ::
8. indent ::
9. indentation ::
10. indenture ::
11. pit ::
12. recess ::
bunch, bunched, bunches, bunching, bunchy
Word Example from TV Shows
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She's right. Maybe we're all
a BUNCH of Teslas after all.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 8
Anything that gets
the DEA's panties
in this big a BUNCH,
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 8
Honestly, you wanna wrap tape around
a BUNCH of pipe fittings all afternoon?
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 19
You know, by letting him buy you
a BUNCH of expensive things.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 4
A BUNCH of people parachute
onto an island
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 9
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