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

The meaning of "Bundle" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does bundle of allergies. mean?
A: I don't quite understand the sentence as well.
And 'allergies' is in correct use here. I believe 'allergen' is singular and 'allergies' is plural. Since they've mentioned 'bundle', using 'allergies' is right because 'bundle' means a group of something like I mentioned before.
Q: What does What does ,,bundle out " mean? mean?
A: yeah sure they do!
Q: What does What does,,bundle up" mean? mean?
A: I'd change "there is" to "it is".

You need to bundle up, it's cold outside.

Why are you bundling up? It's so warm in here (or) It's so warm outside
Q: What does You're bundled up! mean?
A: It means you are wearing a lot of warm clothing.
Q: What does bundle of energy mean?
A: a bundle with a lot of energy, a ball of energy, something with a lot of energy

Example sentences using "Bundle"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bundle.
A: Bundle is something that is together or in a group

The bundle of wood was used for the campfire.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bundle up.
A: He bundled up (tied together) the sticks
All of the items came bundled up (tied together)
When it's cold outside, I have to bundle up (dress warmly)
You should bundle up (dress warmly), it's snowing!
Q: Please show me example sentences with bundle somebody off to somewhare.
A: The journalist tried to ask a question but the guards bundled her off somewhere.
He used to be a major character in this drama but the writers bundled him off to another town.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bundle … off to ….
A: "I bought her a bundle of flowers."
"He's our bundle of joy!" ("bundle of joy" is a cute term for "baby")
"I'm off to work now." (Casual way to say, "I'm going to work now.")
Q: Please show me example sentences with bundle.
A: Are you looking to use the word "bundle" in the sentences?

Synonyms of "Bundle" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bundle and bunch ?
A: Bundle - when you tie several things together
Bunch - when you put several things in one place
Q: What is the difference between bundle out and kick out ?
A: I have never heard "bundle out", but in that paragraph it sounds like they were sent outside with some packages or a parachute or whatever. A "bundle" is like "a bunch of stuff", it could be anything but it's usually something big, that you need both arms to carry. Like a bundle of sticks, a bundle of wood, etc.

"kick out" usually has a negative implication, as in, "my girlfriend kicked me out of the house because she caught me in bed with her sister".
Q: What is the difference between You should bundle up. and You should be bundled up. ?
A: If you say you should bundle up, it's usually before you leave your house or a building and someone is letting you know to get bundled up because it's cold. If you say you should be bundled up, you most likely have already left and are without a coat or jacket to protect you from the cold, so someone says to you, you should be bundled up. It is sometimes(and mostly is) the same thing though, depending on circumstance.

Translations of "Bundle"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? bundle
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bundle
A: Bundle.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the bundle of joy
A: A "bundle of joy" means a baby :)

Other questions about "Bundle"

Q: What does "got all of us in a bundle" mean?

A weird bug has got all of us in a bundle.
A: = is causing all of us to have a hard time / causing all of us lots of problems
Q: 2 bundles of 20 dollars bill and 3 single bills of 20 dollars
2 sets of 10 counters and 3 single counters does this sound natural?
A: × 2 bundles of 20 dollars bill and 3 single bills of 20 dollars
✓ 2 bundles of 20 dollar bills and 3 single 20 dollar bills

The second one is correct, but "dollar bill" acts like a compound word where "dollar" will always be singular and "bill" will be made plural. I hope this helps!
Q: a bundle of pasta does this sound natural?
A: It definitely LOOKS like a bundle of pasta. I've never heard that phrase used, though. Maybe you just invented something new! Usually, we have our pasta from boxes.
Q: Now, she is this bundle of light and joy. does this sound natural?
A: Oops, i meant to click natural, sorry! Anyway, I was just going to say that you might want to take the comma out of the beginning part. There is no need for it after the word “now”
Q: to bundle socks does this sound natural?
A: Say, "to fold socks" instead

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