Definition of the best or the pick of the bunch in English:

the best (or the pick) of the bunch

The best in a particular group.
More example sentences
  • It was picked out as the best of the bunch and sent to the workshop to be converted into a driver training bus and given a new coat of green paint.
  • So this year, for the first-ever Shape of Beauty Awards, we joined forces with you, our readers, to pick the best of the bunch.
  • You can't, so our strategy has always been to pick the best of the bunch regardless of technology.
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