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Noun: bundle  bún-d(u)l
  1. A collection of things wrapped or boxed together
    - package, packet, parcel
  2. A package of several things tied together for carrying or storing
    - sheaf
  3. [informal] A large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)
    "she made a bundle selling real estate";
    - pile [informal], big bucks [informal], megabucks [informal], big money [informal], bomb [Brit, informal]
Verb: bundle  bún-d(u)l
  1. Make into a bundle
    "he bundled up his few possessions";
    - bundle up, roll up
  2. Gather or cause to gather into a cluster
    "She bundled her fingers into a fist";
    - bunch, cluster, clump
  3. Compress into a wad
    "bundle paper into the box";
    - pack, wad, compact
  4. Sell different items together as a single product
    - package
  5. [archaic] Sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed

Derived forms: bundled, bundles, bundling

See also: bundle off

Type of: accumulation, aggregation, arrange, assemblage, catch some Z's [N. Amer, informal], collection, form, money, pack, package, parcel, set up, sleep, slumber

Encyclopedia: Bundle