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bunch

1 noun
     
bunch
bunch1 S2
1

group of things

[countable] a group of things that are fastened, held, or growing together
bunch of
I'll send her a bunch of flowers.
He had a bunch of keys on his belt.
2

group of people

[singular] informal a group of people:
The ancient Egyptians were a clever bunch.
bunch of
a friendly bunch of people
3

the best/pick of the bunch

the best among a group of people or things
4

large amount

[singular] American English a large number of people or things, or a large amount of something
bunch of
There's a whole bunch of places I want to visit.
5

bunches

[plural] British EnglishDCB if a girl wears her hair in bunches, she ties it together at each side of her head

➔ thanks a bunch

at thanks (5)

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