- n a collection of things wrapped or boxed together
- n a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing
- n a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)
she made a bundle selling real estate
- v make into a bundle
he bundled up his few possessions
- v gather or cause to gather into a cluster
- v compress into a wad
- v sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed
- Since it is possible to produce two identical random bundles by winding the fibers on a drum and cutting the coil in half, the receiver could be equipped with a "decoding" bundle.
- On it is a small bundle wrapped in a red and blue blanket.
- Spend wisely now and you'll save a bundle over what things will cost once the recession lifts a day that, thankfully, may be approaching faster than you think.
- Mike Singletary in TSN
First of all, I am very thankful that [vice president of player personnel Trent Baalke] was able to make this work out,said Niners head coach Mike Singletary. "We added a talented player that fit a need. He's a bundle of potential and his...
- Ryan Malone in SI.com
Once you're out there, you bundle up and go out and play,Penguins forward Ryan Malone said. "There's nothing else to do but go out and play. That's the best part. I can't wait to get going."
- Harry Reid in Forbes
We're going to help bundle these bills up and send a bill splitting the difference,Reid told reporters.