bulk : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the property resulting from being or relating to the greater in number of two parts; the main part
the bulk of the work is finished
- n the property of something that is great in magnitude
it is cheaper to buy it in bulk
- n the property possessed by a large mass
- v stick out or up
The parcel bulked in the sack
- v cause to bulge or swell outwards
- I'm glad they joined the 21st century for voter contact," says Rich Beeson, political director for the Republican National Committee (RNC), which is running the bulk of John McCain .
- Melamine, the cheap compound used to bulk up baby formula in China that has sickened at least 1,200 babies across the country and killed at least two so far, once had a much less .
- And since much of its relatively small bulk is organic, the battery is partly biodegradable.
- Vice President Dick Cheney in Waco Tribune Herald
The documents released Monday clearly demonstrated that the individuals subjected to enhanced interrogation techniques provided the bulk of intelligence we gained about al Qaeda,Cheney said in a written statement. "This intelligence saved...
- Steven Spielberg in Forbes
Sudan's government bears the bulk of the responsibility for these ongoing crimes but the international community, and particularly China, should be doing more,Spielberg said on Tuesday. "My conscience will not allow me to continue with...
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in FOXNews
Under the plan, drafted by Democratic lawmakers, lenders "could sell mortgages in bulk to banks and other buyers," Clinton said, who in turn would "restructure them to make them affordable for families, because they know the government will...