Tie or roll up (a number of things) together as though into a parcel
she quickly bundled up her clothes
Wrap or pack (something)
the figure was bundled in furs
Dress (someone) in many clothes to keep warm
they were bundled up in thick sweaters
I bundled up in my parka
Sell (items of hardware and software) as a package
Push or carry forcibly
he was bundled into a van
Send (someone) away hurriedly or unceremoniously
the old man was bundled off into exile
(esp. of a group of people) Move clumsily or in a disorganized way
they bundled out into the corridor
Sleep fully clothed with another person, particularly during courtship, as a former local custom in New England and Wales
he would dance at country frolics and bundle with the Yankee lasses
A collection of things, or a quantity of material, tied or wrapped up together
a thick bundle of envelopes
A large quantity or collection, typically a disorganized one
a bundle of facts
A person displaying a specified characteristic to a very high degree
he was an enthusiastic bundle of energy
A person, esp. a child, huddled or wrapped up
A set of nerve, muscle, or other fibers running close together in parallel
A set of software or hardware sold together
A large amount of money
the new printer cost a bundle
make into a bundle; "he bundled up his few possessions"
package: a collection of things wrapped or boxed together
a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing
bunch: gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"
pack: compress into a wad; "wad paper into the box"
pile: a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit); "she made a bundle selling real estate"; "they sank megabucks into their new house"
Under NEXTSTEP, Mac OS X and GNUstep, a bundle is a directory (or file) that allows related resources such as software code to be grouped together. ...
In mathematics, a bundle is a generalization of a fiber bundle dropping the condition of a local product structure. The requirement of a local product structure rests on the bundle having a topology. Without this requirement, more general objects can be considered bundles. ...
(Bundles (album)) Bundles is a 1975 album by the British psychedelic, progressive rock and jazz/fusion band Soft Machine.
(Bundling (fundraising)) Campaign finance in the United States is the financing of electoral campaigns at the federal, state, and local levels.
(Bundling (marketing)) Product bundling is a marketing strategy that involves offering several products for sale as one combined product. ...
(Bundling (packaging)) Strapping, also known as bundling, is the process of applying a strap to an item to combine, hold, reinforce, or fasten it. The strap may also be referred to as strapping. Strapping is most commonly used in the packaging industry.
A group of objects held together by wrapping or tying; A package wrapped or tied up for carrying; A cluster of closely bound muscle or nerve fibres; A large amount, especially of money; An application bundle; a directory or file suffixed with . ...
(bundled) (BUHN-duhld): when a game is sold packaged with a console
Bundled means the incorporation of a number of services or features into a single product. For example, a bundled insurance contract may combine the risk element of insurance together with the investment element.
(BUNDLES) Members of pine family (not other evergreens!) have groups of needles held together at the base by a small papery wrap called a "fascicle." In Michigan, white pine has five needles per bundle, and other pine species have two. ...
(BUNDLES) Putting papers in order for court.
(Bundles) Another term for bale.
(Bundles) Discount of items in bundles is given only in case the add on products are selected with the related products. Products selected one by one will not be discounted.
(Bundles) Inexpensive cigars sold in cellophane packages instead of a boxes.
(Bundles) Special groupings of related products (for example, laundry care, skin care, nutritional) that Quixtar packages occasionally for promotional purposes.
(Bundles) These are the individual bundles that form the eaves of the thatch.
(Bundles) grouped product or services.
(bundles) an arrangement under which a subscriber is provided two or more service elements, under a rate structure which provides a financial or other benefit that is contingent on the use, consumption of or subscription to any or all service elements in the bundle and that would not otherwise ...
(Bundling) Grouping various telecommunications services--wireline and/or wireless--as a package to increase the appeal to potential customers and reduce advertising, marketing and other expenses associated with delivering multiple services. ...