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bunch

US [bʌntʃ]
UK [bʌntʃ]
  • n.束;串;扎;大量
  • v.成皱褶
  • Web群,伙;捆;一群
Plural Form:bunches  Present Participle:bunching  Past Tense:bunched  
bunch
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n.
1.
[c]
~ of sth
串;束;扎a number of things of the same type which are growing or fastened together
a bunch of bananas/grapes, etc.
一把香蕉、一串葡萄等
a bunch of keys
一串钥匙
She picked me a bunch of flowers .
她给我采了一束鲜花。
2.
[sing]
(informal)
a ~ (of sth)
大量;大批a large amount of sth; a large number of things or people
I have a whole bunch of stuff to do this morning.
我今天上午有一大堆活儿。
3.
[sing]
(informal)
群体a group of people
The people that I work with are a great bunch.
和我一起工作的那些人很不错。
4.
[pl]
(扎在头两侧的)发辫long hair that is divided in two and tied at each side of the head
She wore her hair in bunches.
她梳着两条辫子。
IDM
the best/pick of the bunch
出类拔萃的人(或事物);精英;精品the best out of a group of people or things
v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)变紧,成皱褶to become tight or to form tight folds; to make sth do this
His muscles bunched under his shirt.
他衬衫下面的肌肉紧绷绷的。
Her skirt had bunched up round her waist.
她的裙子在腰际成皱褶收拢。
His forehead was bunched in a frown.
他皱紧眉头。

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