bunch / bundle

  • e2efour

    Senior Member
    UK English
    A bunch of flowers is what you buy from a florist -- they have been arranged specially.
    A bundle of flowers is what you would have if you pick up some flowers and put them together in any order and make a bundle out of them by tying them up. It is not a common expression.
    These two phrases are not sentences. :)

    (See the forum dictionary definitions.)
     

    NantongRen

    Member
    Chinese-P.R.C
    A bunch of flowers is what you buy from a florist -- they have been arranged specially.
    A bundle of flowers is what you would have if you pick up some flowers and put them together in any order and make a bundle out of them by tying them up. It is not a common expression.
    These two phrases are not sentences. :)

    (See the forum dictionary definitions.)
    Thank you so much!
     
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