I. noun Etymology: Middle English bundel, from Middle Dutch; akin to Old English byndel bundle, bindan to bind Date: 14th century 1. a. a group of things fastened together for convenient handling b. package, parcel c. a considerable number ; lot d. a sizable sum of money e. a person embodying a specified quality or characteristic <
a bundle of energy
f. bunch 1 2. a. a small band of mostly parallel fibers (as of nerve or muscle) b. vascular bundle 3. a package offering related products or services at a single price <
software bundles
II. verb (bundled; bundling) Date: 1611 transitive verb 1. to make into a bundle or package ; wrap 2. to hustle or hurry unceremoniously <
bundled the children off to school
3. to include (a product or service) with a related product for sale at a single price <
software is bundled with computer hardware
intransitive verb 1. hurry, hustle 2. to practice bundling • bundler noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.


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