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bundle British & World English

A collection of things or quantity of material tied or wrapped up together

a bag of nerves British & World English

Someone who is extremely anxious or tense

vascular bundle British & World English

A strand of conducting vessels in the stem or leaves of a plant, typically with phloem on the outside and xylem on the inside

a bundle of fun British & World English

An extremely amusing or entertaining person or thing

drop one's bundle British & World English

Panic; lose one’s self-control

drop one's bundle in bundle British & World English

Panic; lose one’s self-control

a bundle of fun in bundle British & World English

An extremely amusing or entertaining person or thing

a bag of nerves in nerve British & World English

Someone who is extremely anxious or tense

a bundle in bundle British & World English

A large amount of money

a bundle of fun or laughs in bundle British & World English

An extremely amusing or entertaining person or thing

a bundle of nerves in bundle British & World English

see a bag of nerves at bag.

bundle English Thesaurus

a bundle of clothes

bundle English-Spanish

lío masculine, fardo masculine, atado masculineLatin America/América Latina

a bundle in bundle English-Spanish

un dineral, un platal, un pastón, un lanón

he isn't a bundle of laughs in bundle English-Spanish

no es muy divertido que digamos

to be a bag o bundle of nerves in nerve English-Spanish

ser* un manojo de nervios, ser* puro nervio

that child is a bundle of joy/mischief in bundle English-Spanish

ese niño es un cascabel/un diablillo

the play isn't exactly a bundle of laughs in bundle English-Spanish

la obra no es precisamente muy cómica

you can cook supper tonight — oh, thanks a lot o a bundle! in thanks English-Spanish

tú haces la cena esta noche — ¡hombre, muchas gracias!