[+flowers] bouquet m
a bunch of flowers un bouquet de fleurs
→ He left a huge bunch of flowers in her hotel room.
[+keys] trousseau m
a bunch of keys un trousseau de clés
→ George took out a bunch of keys and went to work on the complicated lock.
[+grapes] grappe f
a bunch of grapes une grappe de raisin
→ She bought a nice bunch of grapes.
[+people] groupe m
→ We were a pretty inexperienced bunch of people.
They're a great bunch. C'est une chouette équipe.
→ The players were a great bunch.
the best of the bunch, the pick of the bunch
* le or la meilleur(e) de la bande, le or la meilleur(e) de l'équipe
(=hairdo) couettes fpl → She had her hair tied in bunches.
(=have less space, time between) (re)grouper
→ They need to bunch aircraft more closely together to bring in one that is short of fuel.
to be bunched together
[people] être groupés
→ a terrorist can kill more people when they are bunched together.
→ They were bunching up, almost treading upon each other's heels.
to be bunched up
[people] être serrés
→ People were bunched up at all the exits.
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