Word: bunch

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Related words: bunch

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Synonyms: bunch

bouquet, posy, nosegay, spray, corsage, wreath, garland, cluster, clump, knot, group, assemblage, set, circle, company, collection, bevy, band, party, gang, crew, pack, crowd, throng, multitude, an assortment of, a bundle of, a collection of, many, lots of, a lot of, loads of, a load of, tons of, a ton of, an abundance of, a bucketload of, a buttload of, a shitload of, clustering, lot, caboodle

Translations: bunch

spanish
racimo, manojo, haz, mazo, atado


german
anhäufung, haufen, büschel, strauß, bündel, ...

french
amas, groupe, faisceau, grappe, touffe, ...

italian
mazzo, grappolo, mazzetto

portuguese
grupo

dutch
bundel, bos, wis

russian
вереница, связка, сгрудиться, букет, пук, ...

norwegian
bunt, knippe

swedish
bukett, knippa

finnish
nivaska, kasaantua, kimppu, tukku, porukka, ...

danish
klynge

czech
kytice, trs, chomáč, hrozen, svazek

polish
bukiet, pęczek, wiązanka, grupa, pęk, ...

hungarian
csokor, boly, ércfészek, konda

turkish
küme, demet

greek
μάτσο, τσαμπί, δέσμη

ukrainian
кетяг, пучок, букет, в'язка, низка, ...

albanian
tufë

bulgarian
китка, куп, няколко, букет, връзка

belarusian
звязка, звязак, вязанка, зьвязка

estonian
koondama, kimp, kamp

croatian
grupa, snop, snopić, kita, buket

icelandic
fullt, búnt

lithuanian
grupė, puokštė, kekė

latvian
saišķis, pulciņš, ķekars

macedonian
куп, букет, еден куп

romanian
mănunchi

slovenian
trs

slovak
trs, parta

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The meaning and "use of": bunch

noun
  • a number of things, typically of the same kind, growing or fastened together.

verb
  • collect or fasten into a compact group.

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