number of things growing, fastened or grouped together
group of people; gang; mob
(cause to) form into one or more bunches or close group
"a bunch of trees"
"a cluster of admirers"
"he still hangs out with the same crowd"
"she bought the whole caboodle"
"The frightened children bunched together in the corner of the classroom"
"She bunched her fingers into a fist"
Grapes with bunches red as blood.
A bunch of wood to boil our kettle.
出自： A. G. Gardiner
A large bunch of the year's first Parma violets.
出自： V. Brittain
The younger son of an impecunious baronet..was the best of the bunch.
出自： E. F. Benson
A bunch of nerves at the back of the neck.
出自： G. Orwell
I'm not going to have a bunch of cheap reporters make a fool of me.
出自： R. Lardner
这些歌手挤在一起,腾出了一个人的空间。 bunch sth ⇔ up
Don't bunch the flowers up so tightly; you'll spoil them.