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Inglés americano: /ˈbəndl/
Inglés británico: /ˈbʌnd(ə)l/

Traducción de bundle en español:


  • 1.1 (of clothes, rags)
    (of newspapers, letters)
    that child is a bundle of joy/mischief
    ese niño es un cascabel/un diablillo
    she's a bundle of nerves
    es un manojo de nervios
    he isn't a bundle of laughs
    no es muy divertido que digamos
    the play isn't exactly a bundle of laughs
    la obra no es precisamente muy cómica
    to go a bundle on something/somebody (British English) [slang]I don't go a bundle on Lucy/that idea
    Lucy/la idea no me vuelve loco
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Can I take you then to the book of materials, the bundle of documents, page 58, and invite your attention to the accumulation of three sentences.
    • The principal authority on which we rely for that view is conveniently set out in the bundle of materials that the appellant has provided to the Court.
    • As he walked away, I noticed a thick bundle of music under his arm.
    1.2 (large sum of money) Ver ejemplos: a bundle [colloquial]
    un dineral
    un platal (South America) [colloquial]
    un pastón (Spain) [colloquial]
    un lanón (Mexico) [colloquial]
    1.3 (of fibers)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The midbrain is attached to the base of the cerebral hemispheres by the cerebral peduncles, two massive, flattened bundles of nerve fibres.
    • Normal epididymis and smooth muscle bundles were present at the edge of the tumor.
    • The hemorrhoidectomy specimens showed a stroma of connective tissue containing many blood vessels, and interwoven bundles of smooth muscle.
    1.4 (of software, a product)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Potentially, the customer could sell the cards and software as a bundle, or even design a turnkey workstation around the two, he said.
    • This makes the 9600 Pro a light software package, but in my point of view that is for the best because with no games included in the software bundles it makes card a little less expensive.
    • Granted, there are a lot of extras included with the MSI card, but if dumping the poor game bundle drops the price, we say go for it MSI.

transitive verb

  • 1.1 (make into a bundle) the system comes with bundled software
    el sistema viene con software incluido
    1.2 (push) (+ adverb complement) she bundled them off to school
    los despachó al colegio
    they bundled him into the car
    lo metieron a empujones en el coche
    he was bundled out of the country
    lo echaron del país
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • At the airport about a third are selected and are forcibly bundled onto a clandestine flight.
    • On the return, both Sofia and Plovdiv were fog-bound so we landed at Varna and were unceremoniously bundled on to ancient coaches for the six hour journey to Sofia.
    • And third, that Mozart was bundled unceremoniously into a pauper's grave with miscellaneous corpses on a snowy night.
    1.3 (software/products)
    vender en paquete
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • As for the female performers, hair longer than the shoulder must be bundled up.
    • Rice-stalk mattresses must all be bundled up again and returned.
    • It is telling that Bunting bundles the two issues together as if they were in some sense equivalent and equally objectionable.
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • Sun will bundle the AppIQ software with its own storage management package by the second half of this year.
    • Offmyserver and NetSoft teamed up to bring this appliance to market, with NetSoft doing the software and Offmyserver bundling it with the hardware.
    • Tapwave already bundles web browsing software with the consoles, which to date have had to connect to a mobile phone via Bluetooth or infrared wireless links in order to provide Internet connectivity.

Verbos con partícula

bundle up

1.1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
1.2verb + adverb
(American English) [colloquial]

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