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Translation of "bulk" - English-Spanish dictionary

bulk

noun [no plural]   /bʌlk/
large size or mass tamaño, volumen He was surprised by the bulk of the document.
in bulk
in large amounts al por mayor She buys in bulk.
the bulk of something
most of something la mayor parte de algo The bulk of the book is taken up with criticizing other works.
(Definition of bulk from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bulk

noun /balk/
the greater part la mayor parte The bulk of his money was spent on food.
(great) size or mass masa His huge bulk appeared round the corner.
bulky adjective
large in size, awkward to carry etc abultado, voluminoso a bulky parcel This is too bulky to send by post.
in bulk
in large quantities en grandes cantidades, a granel Huge tankers now carry oil in bulk They like to buy goods in bulk.
(Definition of bulk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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