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bunch
British English: /bʌn(t)ʃ/
American English: /bən(t)ʃ/

Translation of bunch in Italian:

noun

  • 1 [informal] (of people) [pejorative] a bunch of friends
    un gruppo di amici
    a bunch of idiots
    un branco di imbecilli
    a mixed bunch
    un gruppo di persone diverse
    a great bunch
    una compagnia tosta o di gente simpatica
  • 4 (of objects) See examples:a bunch of feathers
    un ciuffo di piume
    a bunch of keys a bunch of wires
    un fascio di fili
    a bunch of twigs
    un fascio di ramoscelli o una fascina

transitive verb

  • 1 (put in bunches)
    fare dei fasci di
    (vegetables)
    fare dei mazzi di
    (flowers)
  • 2
    fare partire in fila indiana
    (aircraft, buses)

intransitive verb

  • (fabric, skirt)
    spiegazzarsi, sgualcirsi

Phrasal verbs

bunch together

(people)
ammassarsi, affollarsi
to be all bunched together
essere tutti ammassati

bunch up:

1 bunch up
(people)
ammassarsi, affollarsi
(fabric, garment)
spiegazzarsi, sgualcirsi
2 bunch up [something], bunch [something] up
(fabric, garment)
to be all bunched up
(skirt)
essere tutto spiegazzato
to stay bunched up

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