形容词:bunchy 名词:bunchiness 动词过去式:bunched 过去分词:bunched 现在分词:bunching 第三人称单数:bunches
1 [C] number of things (usu of the same kind) growing, fastened or grouped together 串; 束; 卷; 团
*a bunch of bananas, grapes, etc 一串香蕉、葡萄等
* bunches of flowers 花束
* a bunch of keys 一串钥匙. =>illus at grape 见grape之插图.
2 [CGp] (infml 口) group of people; gang; mob 人群; 匪帮; 暴 民
*a bunch of thugs 一群恶棍
* I don't like any of them much, but he's the best of the bunch, ie the least unpleasant. 这帮人我谁也不喜欢, 但他还算是其中最好的呢.
v [I, Ip, Tn, Tn.p] ~ (sth/sb) (up) (cause sth/sb to) be formed into a bunch or bunches （使某物[某人]）成束, 成捆, 成群
*a blouse that bunches at the waist 束腰女衬衫
* runners all bunched together, ie closely grouped 挤在一起的赛跑者
* Cross the road one at a time don't bunch up. 一次一个地过马路--别都挤在一起.
1. We saw her jovial aunt playing with a bunch of kids on beach. 我们看到她和蔼快活的姨妈在沙滩上与一群孩子们玩耍。
2. He gave me a bunch of mellow grapes. 他给了我一串甘美的葡萄。
3. And that the boiled water from a bunch of them makes an effective insecticide. 沸水加一把烟蒂就成了很有效的杀虫剂。