Synonyms of bunch in English:

bunch

noun

  • 1 a bunch of flowers
    bouquet, spray, posy, nosegay, corsage; wreath, garland, chaplet; buttonhole; flower arrangement; Frenchboutonnière
  • 2 a bunch of keys a bunch of bananas
    cluster, clump, knot; group, assemblage, collection
  • 3 informal what a wonderful bunch of people
    group, set, circle, body, company, troupe, collection, assemblage, gathering, throng, knot, cluster, huddle, multitude, bevy, party, band, horde, pack, drove, flock, swarm, stream, mob
    informal gang, crowd, load, crew, gaggle
  • 4North American informal they did a whole bunch of things See lot
  • verb

    Back to top  
  • 1 he bunched the reins in his hands
    bundle, clump, cluster, group, arrange, gather, collect, assemble; bind, pack, fasten together, truss
    [Antonyms] spread out release
  • 2 his trousers bunched around his ankles
    gather, ruffle, pucker, shirr, tuck, fold, pleat
    [Antonyms] spread out
  • 3 he halted, forcing the rest of the runners to bunch up behind him
    cluster, huddle, gather, concentrate, congregate, collect, accumulate, amass, group, herd, crowd, flock, mass; pack somewhere, cram somewhere
    [Antonyms] disperse
  • Definition of bunch in:

    Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

    Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

    Word of the day dinkum
    Pronunciation: ˈdɪŋkəm
    adjective
    (of an article or person) genuine, honest, true