bunch together


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Verb1.bunch together - form into a bunch; "The frightened children bunched together in the corner of the classroom"
cluster, constellate, flock, clump - come together as in a cluster or flock; "The poets constellate in this town every summer"
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w>bunch together

vt sepzusammenfassen; (at random) → zusammenwürfeln; the girls/prisoners were sitting all bunched togetherdie Mädchen/Gefangenen saßen alle auf einem Haufen
vi (people)Grüppchen or einen Haufen bilden; (atoms)Cluster bilden; they bunched together for warmthsie kauerten sich aneinander, um sich zu wärmen; don’t bunch together, spread out!bleibt nicht alle auf einem Haufen, verteilt euch!
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Bunch together any and all variations of purple flowers, like violets, asters, dahlias or crocuses.
His work has also shown that prime numbers bunch together in clusters as well as in pairs.
To create this oversize arrangement, bunch together silver tree branches (Leucadendron argenteum) with tightly coiled fern fronds and Brunia laevis sprigs with white berries.
They have to examine what they're going to do to keep that bunch together and develop them.
And he reckons gaffer Allan Johnston will struggle to keep the talented bunch together.
A synecdoche for the human form, the nerve's tendrils, made from copper wire covered with painted tissue paper, bunch together to form a stem, which rises off the ground and terminates in a papier-miche bulb.
Put a bunch together for a sparkling j bouquet or tie one on your bestie's locker handle.
lt;/strong> Many expect The Big Three to often play well together at the same time, but the trio have proven to be an inconsistent bunch together.
Here's the reason why: If it turned purple, that would signal that the gold atoms had received electrons and used the donated energy to bunch together as small, purple-colored nanoparticles.
ACCUSED: Wolfenden Mr Jansen explained the incident happened during a "maul", when players bunch together and push their opponents to try to move up the field.