Synonyms of bunch in English:

bunch


See definition of bunch

noun

1‘a bunch of flowers’

SYNONYMS

bouquet, spray, posy, nosegay, corsage

wreath, garland, chaplet

buttonhole

flower arrangement

boutonnière

rare tussie-mussie

2‘a bunch of keys’

SYNONYMS

cluster, clump, knot

group, assemblage, collection

3‘what a wonderful bunch of people’

SYNONYMS

group, set, circle, body, company, troupe, collection, assemblage, gathering, throng, knot, cluster, huddle, multitude, bevy, party, band, horde, pack, drove, flock, swarm, stream, mob

gang, crowd, load, crew, gaggle

4‘they did a bunch of things’

SYNONYMS

a lot, a large amount, a fair amount, a good deal, a great deal, a deal, a great quantity, quantities, an abundance, a wealth, a profusion, plenty, masses

many, a great many, a large number, a considerable number, numerous, scores, hundreds, thousands, millions, billions

loads, loadsa, heaps, a pile, piles, oodles, stacks, scads, reams, wads, pots, oceans, a mountain, mountains, miles, tons, zillions, gazillions, more … than one can shake a stick at

British a shedload, lashings

gobs, gazillions, bazillions

NZ Australian a swag

vulgar slang a shitload

vulgar slang an assload

ANTONYMS

a little, not much, a few, not many


verb

1‘he bunched the reins in his hands’

SYNONYMS

bundle, clump, cluster, group, arrange, gather, collect, assemble

bind, pack, fasten together, truss

ANTONYMS

spread out, release

2‘his trousers bunched around his ankles’

SYNONYMS

gather, ruffle, pucker, shirr, tuck, fold, pleat

ANTONYMS

spread out

3‘he halted, forcing the rest of the runners to bunch up behind him’

SYNONYMS

cluster, huddle, gather, concentrate, congregate, collect, accumulate, amass, group, herd, crowd, flock, mass

pack somewhere, cram somewhere

ANTONYMS

disperse