What does bundle mean?

Definitions for bundle
ˈbʌn dlbun·dle

This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word bundle.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. package, bundle, packet, parcelnoun

    a collection of things wrapped or boxed together

  2. bundle, sheafnoun

    a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing

  3. pile, bundle, big bucks, megabucks, big moneyverb

    a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)

    "she made a bundle selling real estate"; "they sank megabucks into their new house"

  4. bundle, bundle up, roll upverb

    make into a bundle

    "he bundled up his few possessions"

  5. bunch, bunch up, bundle, cluster, clumpverb

    gather or cause to gather into a cluster

    "She bunched her fingers into a fist"

  6. pack, bundle, wad, compactverb

    compress into a wad

    "wad paper into the box"

  7. bundle, practice bundlingverb

    sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed

Wiktionary

  1. bundlenoun

    A group of objects held together by wrapping or tying.

  2. bundlenoun

    A package wrapped or tied up for carrying.

  3. bundlenoun

    A cluster of closely bound muscle or nerve fibres.

  4. bundlenoun

    A large amount, especially of money.

  5. bundlenoun

    A directory or (suffixed with an extension such as .app, .pkg, .bundle) and containing related resources such source code; application bundle.

  6. bundleverb

    To tie or wrap together.

  7. bundleverb

    To hustle; to dispatch something or someone quickly.

  8. bundleverb

    To dress someone warmly.

  9. bundleverb

    To dress warmly. Usually bundle up

  10. bundleverb

    To sell hardware and software as a single product.

  11. bundleverb

    To hurry.

  12. bundleverb

    To dogpile

  13. bundleverb

    To hastily or clumsily push, put, carry or otherwise send something into a particular place.

  14. Etymology: From bondel or perhaps a merging of byndele and bind. Compare bindle.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. BUNDLEnoun

    Etymology: byndle, Sax. from bynd.

    As to the bundles of petitions in parliament, they were, for the most part, petitions of private persons. Matthew Hale, Law of Engl.

    Try, lads, can you this bundle break;
    Then bids the youngest of the six
    Take up a well-bound heap of sticks. Jonathan Swift.

    In the north, they bind them up in small bundles, and make small ricks of them. John Mortimer, Husbandry.

    She carried a great bundle of Flanders lace under her arm; but finding herself overloaden, she dropped the good man, and brought away the bundle. Spectator, №. 499.

  2. To Bundleverb

    To tie in a bundle; to tie together; with up.

    Etymology: from the noun.

    We ought to put things together, as well as we can, doctrinæ causâ; but, after all, several things will not be bundled up together, under our terms and ways of speaking. John Locke.

    See how the double nation lies,
    Like a rich coat with skirts of frize;
    As if a man, in making posies,
    Should bundle thistles up with roses. Jonathan Swift.

ChatGPT

  1. bundle

    A bundle generally refers to a group of things that are considered as a unit because they are tied, wrapped, or packaged together. It can also refer to a set of related products or services, typically marketed as a single combined unit. The term's specific meaning can vary depending on the context. For example, in economics, a bundle can refer to a group of goods or services that are sold together. In computing, a bundle can refer to a package of software or hardware components that are sold together.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bundlenoun

    a number of things bound together, as by a cord or envelope, into a mass or package convenient for handling or conveyance; a loose package; a roll; as, a bundle of straw or of paper; a bundle of old clothes

  2. Bundleverb

    to tie or bind in a bundle or roll

  3. Bundleverb

    to send off abruptly or without ceremony

  4. Bundleverb

    to prepare for departure; to set off in a hurry or without ceremony

  5. Bundleverb

    to sleep on the same bed without undressing; -- applied to the custom of a man and woman, especially lovers, thus sleeping

Wikidata

  1. Bundle

    In NeXTSTEP, OPENSTEP, and their lineal descendants OS X and iOS, and in GNUstep, a bundle is a directory that allows related resources such as an application's executable and its graphics to be grouped together, appearing as a single file to the user. Examples include applications, frameworks, and plugins. They are accessed with the NSBundle class in Cocoa, NeXTSTEP and GNUstep's Foundation frameworks, and with CFBundle in Core Foundation. A bundle usually contains one file representing executable code, and files that represent resources such as nibs, templates, images, sounds, and other media. On some other systems, such as Microsoft Windows, these resources are usually included directly in the executable file itself at compile time. On older Macintoshes, a similar technique is used, where additional metadata can be added to a file's resource fork. The Finder treats bundles, which can also be referred to as packages, as opaque files with no underlying structure. The Uniform Type Identifier for an Apple bundle is com.apple.bundle. Similar in concept are the application directories used in RISC OS and on the ROX Desktop, and the RUNZ bundles in Super OS.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Bundle

    bun′dl, n. a number of things loosely bound together: an aggregation of one or more kinds of tissue traversing other tissues: a definite measure or quantity, as two reams of paper, twenty hanks of linen yarn, &c.—v.t. to bind or tie into bundles.—v.i. to pack up one's things for a journey, to go hurriedly or in confusion (with away, off, out).—n. Bun′dling, an old custom in Wales, New England, and elsewhere for sweethearts to sleep on the same bed without undressing.—To bundle off, bundle out, to send away unceremoniously or summarily. [Conn. with Bind and Bond.]

Editors Contribution

  1. bundle

    Bundled means to be included in something. E.g. riding tournament, swimming tournament, a game,etc.

    I was bundled in a riding tournament. So I went there were better riders than me. I thought I would lose, but finally, I won!


    Submitted by anonymous on June 26, 2019  

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bundle in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bundle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of bundle in a Sentence

  1. Sydney Fuller-Jones:

    I turned my heat on very late in the winter, i told my kids,' Look, layer up. Bundle up.' And I turned it off very early.

  2. Barbara Walsh:

    We don't know what time the child was last fed, when she drank. Given that it's wintertime and she was in her car seat, she was probably wearing mittens, a hat. We tend to over bundle our children, so the fact that she was dry, she probably had on multiple layers because it's winter, and there's always a chance that she had just been sort of fed right before this happened probably all played a role.

  3. Sky CEO Jeremy Darroch:

    If we were only a service selling the big bundle today with a very narrow set of services, effectively forcing customers into a one-size-fits-all package, it would be harder.

  4. Duchess Meghan:

    Its just been a dream. Its been a special couple of days, parenting is amazing. Its only been, what? Two and a half days, three days? But were just so thrilled to have our own little bundle of joy.

  5. Harley Rotbart:

    Your mother was right: Studies have shown that people who do bundle up against the cold are less likely to catch colds later on in the year.

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Translations for bundle

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  • إبالة, حزمةArabic
  • паке́т, па́чка, връзвам, обличам топло, вързопBulgarian
  • farcell, feixCatalan, Valencian
  • balíkCzech
  • BündelGerman
  • fajo, carrerear, haz, despachar, atar, liar, empujar, amarrar, apurar, atado, abrigarSpanish
  • بندیلPersian
  • sitoa, topata, nippu, kimppu, nyytti, lähettää, matkoihinsa, tukku, yhteen, toppautua, kimputtaa, kääräistä, niputtaa, paketoida, paketti, kiirehtiäFinnish
  • paquet, fagot, faisceauFrench
  • cuachIrish
  • trus, ultachScottish Gaelic
  • बंडलHindi
  • կապոց, փաթեթ, խուրձ, կապուկArmenian
  • insiemeItalian
  • Japanese
  • pūpū, pōtoketokeMāori
  • buntNorwegian
  • hoop, wegwerken, bundelen, induffelen, aaneenbinden, bundel, drummen, buitenwerken, snellen, spierbundel, samenbindenDutch
  • buntNorwegian Nynorsk
  • pęczek, wiązka, pękPolish
  • monte, pacote, embrulho, fardoPortuguese
  • mănunchi, a matisa, snop, a lega (la un loc), fascicul, colet, fascicul de fibre nervoaseRomanian
  • па́чка, свёрток, свя́зка, вяза́нка, пучо́к, у́зел, связывать в узел, паке́т, пукRussian
  • svežanj, smotuljakSerbo-Croatian
  • bylta, bunt, knyte, bunta, packe, paket, knippe, bundlaSwedish
  • furushi, furusi, kifurushi, furushaSwahili
  • bohçaTurkish

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