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bundle

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈbʌn.dl̩/
C2 a number of things that have been fastened or are held together: a bundle of clothes/newspapers/books a bundle of sticks
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bundle

verb uk   us   /ˈbʌn.dl̩/

bundle verb (PUSH)

[I or T, + adv/prep] to push or put someone or something somewhere quickly and roughly: He bundled his clothes into the washing machine. She was bundled into the back of the car. The children were bundled off to school early that morning.

bundle verb (SELL TOGETHER)

[T] to include an extra computer program or other product with something that you sell: The system came bundled with a word processor, spreadsheet, and graphics program.
bundling
noun [U] uk   us   /ˈbʌnd.lɪŋ/
the act of selling several products or services together: the bundling of services/software/products
Traducciones de “bundle”
en árabe حُزْمة, صُرّة…
en coreano 묶음, 꾸러미…
in Malaysian ikat…
en francés ballot…
en turco denk, bohça, demet…
en italiano fascio, rotolo…
en chino (tradicionál) 束,捆…
en ruso пачка, узел…
en polaco zawiniątko, pakunek…
in Vietnamese bó…
en español fardo…
en portugués fardo, feixe…
in Thai มัด…
en alemán das Bündel…
en catalán feix, farcell…
en japonés 束, 1つにまとめたもの…
in Indonesian bundel, berkas, ikat…
en chino (simplificado) 束,捆…
(Definition of bundle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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