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bundle
British English: /ˈbʌnd(ə)l/
American English: /ˈbəndl/

Translation of bundle in French:

noun

  • 2 (baby, person) bundle of joy
    petit ange (m)
    [ironic]
    petit trésor (m)
    bundle of fun
    (gen) [ironic] (informal) m/f
    bundle of nerves to be a bundle of mischief
    être malin comme un singe
    (informal)

transitive verb

[informal]
  • 1to bundle somebody into
    fourrer (informal) quelqu'un dans
    (plane, aircraft)
    to bundle something into
    fourrer quelque chose dans
    (container, drawer)
    to bundle somebody outside ou through the door
    pousser quelqu'un dehors sans ménagement

intransitive verb

[informal]
  • to bundle into a car
    (hurry)
    se ruer dans une voiture
    (cram)
    s'entasser dans une voiture

Idioms

I don't go a bundle on him/on jazz

(British English)
il/le jazz ne me botte pas
(informal)

[informal]
to cost/to make a bundle

coûter/gagner un paquet
(informal)

Phrasal verbs

bundle off

bundle [somebody] off (remove)
faire sortir [quelqu'un] sans ménagement
(police, secret service) (informal)
to bundle somebody off to school/to somebody's house
expédier quelqu'un à l'école/chez quelqu'un

bundle up

1 bundle [something] up, bundle up [something]
(letters, newspapers)
mettre [quelque chose] en fagot
(sticks, wood)
faire un ballot de
(clothes, knitting)
mettre [quelque chose] en liasse
(banknotes)
2 bundle [somebody] up
in dans
to bundle oneself up
s'emmitoufler
in dans

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