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bun·dle / ˈbəndl/ • n. a collection of things, or a quantity of material, tied or wrapped up together: a thick bundle of envelopes. ∎ fig. a large quantity or collection, typically a disorganized one: a bundle of facts. ∎  [in sing.] inf. a person displaying a specified characteristic to a very high degree: he was an enthusiastic bundle of energy. ∎  a set of nerve, muscle, or other fibers running close together in parallel. ∎  Comput. a set of software or hardware sold together. ∎  (a bundle) inf. a large amount of money: the new printer cost a bundle. • v. 1. [tr.] tie or roll up (a number of things) together as though into a parcel: she quickly bundled up her clothes. ∎  [tr.] wrap or pack (something): the figure was bundled in furs. ∎  (usu. be bundled up) dress (someone) in many clothes to keep warm: they were bundled up in thick sweaters [intr.] I bundled up in my parka. ∎  Comput. sell (items of hardware and software) as a package. 2. [tr.] (often be bundled) inf. push or carry forcibly: he was bundled into a van. ∎  send (someone) away hurriedly or unceremoniously: the old man was bundled off into exile. ∎  [intr.] (esp. of a group of people) move clumsily or in a disorganized way: they bundled out into the corridor.

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Bundle

Bundle

a number of things bound together as a loose package or roll; a given quantity of some articles. See also bolt, bunch, collection, package.

Examples: bundle of archdeacons; of calumnies, 1646; of glass plate, 1831; of herbs, 1796; of ideas, 1690; of iron rods, 1831; of keys, 1474; of linen yarn [20 hanks], 1875; of notes [money]; of myrrh [sorrow], 1388; of principal nobility of the Christian world, 1564; of paper [two reams]; of papers, 1636; of qualities, 1863; of rags; of rays; of sensations, 1785; of sins, 1633; of sticks; of straw; of superstitions, 1768.

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bundle
A. † bandage XIV;

B. collection of things bound together XIV. orig. perh. repr. OE. byndele binding, taken in concrete sense = OS. bundilin, OHG. gi-buntili (G. bündel), but reinforced later by (if not wholly due to) LG., Du. bundel; f. Gmc. *bund (*bend. *band-) BIND.

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bundle. Gothic pier resembling a tight bundle of colonnettes in which the latter are not actually detached, but are formed by the undulating plan-form. Compare clustered or compound pier.

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bundle To sell the hardware and software components of a computer system as a single package. See also unbundling.

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bundle (bun-d'l) n. a group of muscles or nerve fibres situated close together and running in the same direction.

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