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bunch
bəntʃ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Any collection in its entirety.
  2. A grouping of a number of similar things.
  3. An informal body of friends.
(动) As a verb
  1. Gather or cause to gather into a cluster.
  2. Form into a bunch.
Hyphenationbunch
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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chuànto string together; to skewer; to connect wrongly; to gang up; to rove; string; bunch; skewer; measure word for things that are strung together, or in a bunch, or in a row: string of, bunch of, series of; to make a swift or abrupt linear movement (like a bead on an abacus); to move across
shùto bind; bunch; bundle; measure word for bunches, bundles, beams of light, etc.; to control; (Chinese surname)
qúngroup; crowd; flock, herd, pack, etc.
bāngto help; to assist; to support; for somebody (i.e. as a help); hired (as worker); side (of pail, boat etc); outer layer; upper (of a shoe); group; gang; clique; party; secret society
𢆞jiǎnbunch, a handful
嘟噜dūlubunch; cluster; measure word for bunched objects; to hang down in a bunch; to droop
成串chéngchuàncluster; bunch
果穗guǒsuìear (of corn or sorghum etc); bunch (of grapes); infructescence
crowded; framework for silkworms; gather foliage; bunch; measure word for bunched objects
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