Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bunch"

The meaning of "Bunch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I just ran a bunch of errands
What does this sentence mean in Korean? mean?
A: 저는 금방 많은 처리해야 한 일을 끝냈어요.
Q: What does bunch mean?
A: "Bunch" significa literalmente "um monte".

Por exemplo:
"a bunch of reasons" -> "um monte de motivos"
"a bunch of people" -> "um monte de pessoas"

Se for utilizado como um verbo, significa "amontoar":

"I bunched the grapes together."
"Eu amontoei as uvas todas juntas."

That's it! ^^
Q: What does A bunch of geese were going to town on our gummy worms. mean?
A: "Going to town" is a casual phrase that can mean attacking viciously. It really just means to do something with vigor or excitement.
Q: What does bunch mean?
A: Many or a lot of something.

A bunch of dogs. Many dogs.

A bunch of food. A lot of food.

Hope I helped! :)
Q: What does i got bunch of things to do. does this mean I have bunch of things to do? then, why is it used the past tense in the first sentence? mean?
A: Because it's present perfect: "I have got/I've got" , in spoken speech you sometimes lose an auxiliary, leaving just "I got"
The meaning is quite similar to "I have" in present simple

Example sentences using "Bunch"

Q: Please show me example sentences with whole bunch of.
A: A whole bunch as an American idiom would imply "A whole lot, very much."
For example - I like going to water parks a whole bunch.

A whole bunch as an expression would mean a lot of something.
For example - On the table was a whole bunch of food.

Both of these are mostly used in America. British English would use "A lot"
- There was a lot of food on the table.
- I like water parks a lot.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a bunch of.
A: 1. We have a bunch of bananas at home.
2. She has a bunch of dresses.
3. That sure is a bunch of lemons you got there.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bunch up.
A: Example :
1. All the socks are bunched up together in the drawer.
2. Let's all bunch up (or huddle) together.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a bunch of.
A: "On the beach, I noticed there was a small bunch of penguins."

"He threatened to give me a bunch of fives." (A bunch of fives is a very informal way to say "punch".)

"Would you like a whole bunch of bananas?" (Bananas are usually called a bunch when they're still joined together. We wouldn't say a bunch of apples or a bunch of strawberries though.)

"She gave me a whole bunch of papers about the accident."

"There was a bunch of people waiting around the exit."

Synonyms of "Bunch" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between You can find a bunch of cafes there. and You can find a bunch of cafes over there. ?
A: They can be interchangeable however a lot of the time, using "over there" indicates the cafes are nearby. By just using "there" you could be far away from the cafes or close to them.
Q: What is the difference between bunch and bundle ?
A: A bunch of = a lot of
A bundle of = a group of

Sentences with the words as verbs:
I always bundle up in the winter because it is really cold.
(因为冬天很冷,所以我穿很多衣服)
There was no room to sit, so everyone was bunched up next to each other.
(没有地方坐、所以大家挤成一团)
Q: What is the difference between I would like to eat a bunch of banana and I want to eat a bunch of banana ?
A: There is no difference. Though
"I would like/want to eat a bunch of bananas" would sound more correct as 'a bunch' indicates that there is more than one banana therefore we have to use the plural 'bananas'.
Q: What is the difference between a bunch of times and a lot of times ?
A: They have the same meaning, though using "a lot" in English is more common
Q: What is the difference between bunch and pack and pile and set ?
A: A bunch is a group of things that are connected 'a bunch of grapes'
A pack is a group of things that have been packaged together 'a pack of cards'
A pile is a group of things stacked on top of each other 'a pile of wood'
A set is a group of of something that are supposed to remain together 'a chess set'

Translations of "Bunch"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a bunch of flowers, a bundle of flowers, what's the difference?
A: A lot of people would say "bunch", but there are also a lot of people apparently (not me) who would say "bundle".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say "There is a bunch of interesting questions you may be asked and let's start with standard ones?" Is that correct?
A: It sounds a bit unnatural, try rephrasing it as " There are a lot of interesting questions I can ask you, but let's start with easier ones first"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a bunch of / a bundle of / a couple of ———- What’s the difference?
A: a couple = a pair 2
a bundle = tied or wrapped together
a bunch = collection of similar items
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bunch
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? just give me a bunch of basic sentences that i can use to chat with people that i should learn.
A: whoops wrong language XD

Other questions about "Bunch"

Q: Which is correct? "There is a bunch of people." or "There are a bunch of people."
A: Ok I think I have it now. In this case, there ARE a bunch of people. Why? Because you can count how many people.

There are two people.
There are ten people.
There are one hundred thousand people.
There are a bunch of people.


What if you can't count the thing? You have to use "is" in that case.

There is a bunch of sand.
There are a bunch of grains of sand.

There is a lot of news lately.
There are a lot of news articles lately.

Please understand, most English speakers won't stop to think about this rule in everyday life so you will hear both. Written English is much more strict than spoken English.
Q: I picked up a bunch of fruits from the grocery store
Sound natural? does this sound natural?
A: This is really good! Just make "a bunch" sound a bit more like this. Also, it sounded like you said "stores." Just make sure you say "store."
Q: I have to endure a bunch of smells on my way to work. does this sound natural?
A: Great English, can understand exactly what you're saying :))
Q: Be with bunch of encouraging people! does this sound natural?
A: Be with A bunch of encouraging people
Q: There's a bunch of stories in the bible that were told much further back, maybe thousands of years before of the bible. So, many of them were just duplicated throughout history.. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds very natural the only thing I would change is when you say "maybe thousands of years before of the bible" I would get rid of that 'of' and just say, "maybe thousands of years before the bible".

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