English version

passel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpasselpas‧sel /ˈpæsəl/ noun [countable]  American English old-fashionedGROUP OF PEOPLEGROUP OF THINGS a group of people or thingspassel of a whole passel of kids
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passelCosby will bring a passel of his hysterical family tales to the Embassy Centre at 6: 30 and 9 p.m.passel ofa whole passel of kids
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