bunch

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
bunch

Plural
bunches

A bunch of grapes
  1. If you have a bunch of something, you have many of them.
    We had to try a bunch of times before we could start the car.
  2. A bunch can also mean a group or cluster.
    Grapes come in bunches.


Verb[change]

Plain form
bunch

Third-person singular
bunches

Past tense
bunched

Past participle
bunched

Present participle
bunching

  1. (transitive) To bunch things is to gather or collect them into a group.
    Help me bunch these flowers together so I can make a bouquet.