bundling bundling  /ˈbən də lɪŋ/


  1. (n) a onetime custom during courtship of unmarried couples occupying the same bed without undressing
  2. (n) the act of binding something into a bundle
  3. (n) the act of shoving hastily


  1. No more wild overleveraging, no more liabilities concealed from the public and from shareholders, no more bundling of assets to maximize profit by assuming insane risks.
  2. Others show a young mother, her head thrown back in laughter, bundling her children to her.


  • Rate State Releases Guide to No Closing Cost Mortgage Refinancing

    Rate State's latest article explains fully the advantages and disadvantages of bundling closing costs into the interest rate of a mortgage refinance. (PRWeb June 21, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/rate-state/mortgage-refinance/prweb10852941.htm
    on June 21, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "That's not really what we are looking for as a remedy for the bundling of IE," von Tetzchner said, adding: "The only way to give users a genuine choice is to strip out IE from Windows and either replace it with a rival browser or offer users...
    on Jan 17, 2009 By: Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner Source: PC World

  2. NCAA president Myles Brand said Wednesday the "bundling of events" would enable the NCAA and the cities to provide operational and economic benefits that individual championships couldn't provide on their own.
    on Sep 24, 2008 By: Myles Brand Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I'm looking at the possibility of, and probably more seriously consider it than I ever have, doing some bundling up (of picks) and trading up," Jones said. "We do have our bases covered, so if there were a player we could reach -- big if,...
    on Apr 24, 2007 By: Jerry Jones Source: SportingNews.com

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