Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
a bunch of
a bunch of
1) gathered together
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a bunch of bananas/grapes/people
This is a collective noun for a group of objects. You can have a ‘bunch of grapes’, a ‘bunch of bananas’, or a ‘bunch of people’. This is an informal phrase you might hear more in social contexts. Similar expressions are ‘a ton of’ and ‘a load of.’
Social Examples (Basic)
I bought abunch of bananasand abunch of grapesin the store.
There was abunch of peopletrying to get through the doors.
Professional Examples (Basic)
I have a bunch of emails to get through before I can do anything else today.
I met a bunch of very interesting people at the event yesterday and I think I should follow up with a few of them.
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