[+clothing] paquet m
→ He gathered the bundles of clothing into his arms.
[+firewood] fagot m
[+banknotes, newspapers] liasse f
→ a bundle of five pound notes
→ The magazines were tied up in bundles.
a bundle of fun (person)
un vrai boute-en-train
→ I remember Mickey as a bundle of fun, great to have around.
it wasn't a bundle of laughs ce n'était pas une partie de plaisir
→ Life at high school wasn't a bundle of laughs.
to cost a bundle coûter bonbon
to be a bundle of nerves
(=very nervous) être un paquet de nerfs
→ he was a bundle of nerves
→ He confessed to having been a bundle of nerves.
vt to bundle sb into
(=push) pousser qn dans → He was bundled into a car. to bundle sth into
(=stuff) fourrer qch dans → Len bundled the knives and forks into a drawer.
→ Jack was bundled off to Ely to stay with friends.
(=throw out) éjecter
(=tie in a bundle) faire un paquet de
→ My mother bundled up all my comics and threw them out.