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bunch /bʌntʃ/
  • danh từ
    • búi, chùm, bó, cụm, buồng
      • a bunch of grapes: một chùm nho
      • a bunch of flowers: một bó hoa
      • a bunch of keys: một chùm chìa khoá
      • a bunch of bananas: một buồng chuối
      • a bunch of fives: một bàn tay
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đàn, bầy (thú)
    • (từ lóng) bọn, lũ
    • nội động từ
      • thành chùm, thành bó, thành cụm
      • chụm lại với nhau
      • ngoại động từ
        • làm thành chùm, làm thành bó, bó lại
        • xếp nếp (quần áo)
        • (quân sự) không giữ được khoảng cách
      Concise Dictionary
      bunches|bunched|bunchingbʌntʃ
      noun
      +a grouping of a number of similar things
      +an informal body of friends
      +any collection in its entirety
      verb
      +form into a bunch
      +gather or cause to gather into a cluster

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 bundle, cluster, batch, clump; bouquet, nosegay, posy, spray:
      That's a nice-looking bunch of grapes. Mr Herbert arrived with a bunch of flowers for me.
      2 crowd, knot, collection, group, lot, gathering, cluster, clutch, batch, assortment, mass:
      A bunch of people stood outside the courtroom, awaiting news of the verdict.
      v.
      3 sort, class, classify, categorize, assort, group together, bracket:
      It would be a mistake to bunch all different kinds of liberals into the same category.
      4 bunch up. gather; smock; collect, crowd, group, cluster:
      The fabric is all bunched up at the bottom. Don't let the people bunch up in front of the exits.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 [C] ~ of sth a number of things of the same type which are growing or fastened together: a bunch of bananas / grapes + a bunch of keys + She picked me a bunch of flowers.
      2 [sing.] a ~ (of sth) (especially AmE) a large amount of sth; a large number of things or people: I have a whole bunch of stuff to do this morning.
      3 [sing.] (informal) a group of people: The people that I work with are a great bunch.
      4 (bunches) [pl.] (BrE) long hair that is divided in two and tied at each side of the head: She wore her hair in bunches.
      Idioms: the best / pick of the bunch the best out of a group of people or things
      + verb
      ~ (sth) (up) to become tight or to form tight folds; to make sth do this: [V] His muscles bunched under his shirt. + Her skirt had bunched up round her waist. + [VN] His forehead was bunched in a frown.
      Phrasal Verbs: bunch up / together
      bunch sb/sth up / together to move closer and form into a group; to make people or things do this: The sheep bunched together as soon as they saw the dog.
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      1 things fastened/growing together

      ADJ.

      big, huge, large | small

      PREP.

      in a/the ~
      She put all the flowers together in one big bunch.
      | ~ of
      He gave me a huge bunch of red roses.

      2 group of people

      ADJ.

      mixed, motley

      PREP.

      ~ of
      They are a bunch of amateurs.



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