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  • noun
    plural bundles
    [count] a group of things that are fastened, tied, or wrapped together
    a group of things that are together or are associated with each other in some way
    informal :a person who has a lot of some quality or who is known for a particular kind of behavior - + of
    She's a bundle of energy. [=she's very energetic]
    I was a bundle of nerves. [=I was very nervous]
    The phrase (little) bundle of joy is used as a humorous or affectionate way of referring to a baby.
    He's our little bundle of joy.
    informal :a large amount of money
    He made/lost a bundle on the stock market.
    A reliable car doesn't have to cost a bundle.
    a group of products or services that are sold together at a single price
    go a bundle on
    Brit informal :to like or be interested (something) very much. - usually used in negative statements
    bundles; bundled; bundling
    [+ obj] :to fasten, tie, or wrap a group of things together :to make (a group of things) into a bundle
    usually + up or together
    Bundle up the newspapers.
    to move or push (someone) into a place quickly [+ obj]
    [+ obj] :to include (a product or service) with another product or service so that they are sold together
    bundle off
    [phrasal verb]
    bundle (someone) off or bundle off (someone) :to send (someone) to a place quickly or suddenly
    bundle up
    [phrasal verb]
    bundle up or bundle (someone) up or bundle up (someone) :to dress (yourself or someone else) warmly
    Be sure to bundle upIt's cold out there.
    He was (allbundled up in a hat and scarf.