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noun [countable]     bundle pronunciation in British English
/ˈbʌnd(ə)l/
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singularbundle
pluralbundles
  1. 1
    a group of things that have been tied together, especially so that you can carry them easily
    bundle of:

    a bundle of clean clothes

  2. 2
    a group of things that are sold or offered as a set

    a software bundle that comes with new computers

    bundle of:

    The government is introducing a bundle of measures to help single parents.

  3. 3
    something that is wrapped in something soft such as a blanket so that you cannot see its real shape
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