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English definition of “bunch”

bunch

noun [C]  /bʌntʃ/ us  
a number of things of the same type fastened or closely grouped together, or any particular group of things or people: We ate a whole bunch of grapes. They’re a nice bunch of people. infml I’ve got a bunch of things to do.

bunch

verb [I/T]  /bʌntʃ/ us  
to pull together or gather into a unit: [I] Beth sat in bed with pillows bunched behind her, reading.
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