bunchnoun

  • ja〔共通の利害関係を持つ人の〕集まり、一団
  • ena group of objects or persons of the same kind or with a common interest

Examples

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Mute
1.
So I go to the first case.
2.
Smash!
3.
Steal a bunch of watches, move over to the second case.
4.
Smash! Bracelets.
5.
But then we hear a sound and...
6.
I yell, "*Speaking French.*"
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And I know what that means because I'm French,
8.
but I ask you to repeat it in English just to be sure.
9.
- Police are here! - Yes!
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Mute
1.
Do we add a velvet-voiced drunkard to our caroling group?
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Or do we lose miserably like a bunch of miserable losers?
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I say we do it, and I'm the boss.
4.
Therefore, meeting adjourned.
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Mute
1.
Frank, he'd come on stage with the blue eyes, the sharkskin suit, the patent leather shoes...
2.
he becomes Frank Sinatra.
3.
And everybody else, all these other guys that really got it, that really have it inside,
4.
just a bunch of nobodies.