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Synonyms for bunch

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for bunch

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a particular social group

a small raised area of skin resulting from a light blow or an insect sting, for example

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Synonyms for bunch

a grouping of a number of similar things

an informal body of friends

any collection in its entirety

form into a bunch

gather or cause to gather into a cluster

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The producer of palm oil and rubber across Indonesia said own production of fresh fruit bunches in the three months to the end of March was 238,900 tonnes, an increase of 3% compared to the same period in 2018.
Water consumption was calculated based on the volume consumed in the plot divided by the number of bunches in the plot, for periods of 1-20 and 1-24 DAT.
Sprouting was performed after buds were completely budded, about 20 days after pruning, while the selection of bunches was performed when berries had around 8 to 10 mm in diameter before the thinning operation.
The proton bunches are prepared and accelerated by a series of four accelerators, and a new method of grouping and splitting the bunches was put in place in 2016.
Honey Bunches of Oats Chocolate gives families a "wholesome and indulgent treat" to satisfy their chocolate cravings, according to the company.
It is for this reason that in several areas preventive measures are taken by protecting the date fruit bunches with covers (Karampour and Davoodian, 2010; Zirari and Laaziza Ichir, 2010).
Fill with flowers - make some small bunches and others single stems.
WRITE STUFF n Keith writes something on a piece of paper as Demelza looks away TEAR-IFIC n Star rips double pages HANDY WORK n He continues to work his way through the bunches FINISHING Keith gets to 27th page PERFECT nMATCH Demelza with headline and Keith's piece of paper
Key statement: A pneumatic tire comprises a tread-reinforcing band made of at least one spirally wound cord, wherein the band cord consists of materially identical high-strength high-modulus organic filaments, and the band cord is formed by first twisting each of the filament bunches, subjecting the first twisted bunches to a dip-and-stretch treatment, and then twisting the treated bunches together, whereby the load-elongation curve of the band cord comprises a low-modulus zone and a high-modulus zone whose boundary point is in an elongation range of from 1 to 7%, and the ratio EH/EL of a nominal elastic modulus EH of the high-modulus zone and a nominal elastic modulus EL of the low-modulus zone is in a range of from 2.0 to 10.0.
For dedicated table grape packing operations the Aja TDW Selector Scale takes away the guessing and juggling of bunches to achieve best weight, while significantly reducing snipping, waste and give away to a few grams.
In the present study, fruits/plant, flowering bunches and branches/plant, collar diameter and secondary branches/plant had high positive and significant correlation with seed yield/plant.
Asda said its pounds 2 offer for bunches of 15 roses would be popular with customers ahead of Christmas.