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Meaning of “bunch” - Learner’s Dictionary

bunch

noun     /bʌntʃ/
THINGS TOGETHER [C]
B1 a number of things of the same type that are joined or held together: He handed me a bunch of flowers. Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures
PEOPLE [C] informal
B1 a group of people: [usually singular] His friends are a nice bunch.Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixturesGroups of people
a bunch of sth US informal
a large amount or number of something: There's a whole bunch of places I'd like to visit.Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures
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