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bundlenoun [C]

us   /ˈbʌn·dəl/
  • bundle noun [C] (GROUP)

a number of things that are fastened or held together: He carried bundles of newspapers to the garage.
infml A bundle is also a large amount of money: When they sold their house, they made a bundle.

bundleverb

us   /ˈbʌn·dəl/
  • bundle verb (FASTEN)

[T] to fasten a number of things together: [I/T] We’re supposed to bundle magazines before throwing them away.
  • bundle verb (MOVE QUICKLY)

[always + adv/prep] to cause someone to move quickly: [I] We bundled into the car. [T] Every morning I bundled the children off to school.
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"bundle" in British English

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bundlenoun [C]

uk   /ˈbʌn.dəl/ us   /ˈbʌn.dəl/
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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bundleverb

uk   /ˈbʌn.dəl/ us   /ˈbʌn.dəl/
  • 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.
bundling
noun [U] uk   /ˈbʌnd.lɪŋ/ us   /ˈbʌnd.lɪŋ/
the act of selling several products or services together: the bundling of services/software/products
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"bundle" in Business English

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bundlenoun [C]

uk   /ˈbʌndl/ us  
COMMERCE, MARKETING a combination of products, services, or pieces of equipment that are supplied together or sold as a group: Phone companies depend on being able to sell a bundle of services - long-distance, local calling, Internet access, wireless - to be profitable. software bundles
informal MONEY a large amount of money: make/earn a bundle He made a bundle on the stock market. cost/spend/save a bundle

bundleverb

uk   /ˈbʌndl/ us  
COMMERCE, MARKETING to add extra products, services, or pieces of equipment to another product or service and sell them together, so you get the extra product, service, etc. for free or for a cheaper price: bundle sth with sth Check whether there is any life insurance cover bundled with the pension. bundled products/services bundled software/games
(Definition of bundle from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bundle”
in Korean 묶음, 꾸러미…
in Arabic حُزْمة, صُرّة…
in Malaysian ikat…
in French ballot…
in Russian пачка, узел…
in Chinese (Traditional) 束,捆…
in Italian fascio, rotolo…
in Turkish denk, bohça, demet…
in Polish zawiniątko, pakunek…
in Spanish fardo…
in Vietnamese bó…
in Portuguese fardo, feixe…
in Thai มัด…
in German das Bündel…
in Catalan feix, farcell…
in Japanese 束, 1つにまとめたもの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 束,捆…
in Indonesian bundel, berkas, ikat…
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