Definition of go a bundle on in English:

go a bundle on

[usually with negative] British informal Be very keen on: I don’t go a bundle on seeing a man and woman snogging
More example sentences
  • The Diary has always gone a bundle on the Roman classics, and is thus compelled, in some small way, to celebrate an important anniversary.
  • The Italians, naturally enough, don't go a bundle on writing novels and histories about it because it's still pretty shameful.
  • She hates the cult of celebrity, particularly as it affects artists - so she's not going to go a bundle on me beginning this piece with a description of her mode of dress.
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Pronunciation: fləˈjiSHəs
adjective
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