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Oxford dictionary definition of the word bunch:
1a number of things, typically of the same kind, growing or fastened together:
a bunch of grapes
informal a group of people.
informal, chiefly North American a large number or quantity; a lot:
the bluesy style that earned him a bunch of ’70s hits
2 (bunches) British a girl’s hairstyle in which the hair is tied back into two clumps at the back or on either side of the head.
collect or fasten into a compact group:
she bunched the needles together
form or cause to form tight folds:
the bedclothes had bunched up around his waist
[no object] form into a tight group or crowd:
he halted, forcing the rest of the field to bunch up behind him
[no object] (of muscles) flex or bulge.
the best (or the pick) of the bunch
informal the best in a particular group.
bunch of fives
British informal a fist or punch.
thanks a bunch
ironic, chiefly British thank you very much.
adjective (bunchier, bunchiest)
late Middle English: of unknown origin