- 1[transitive] bundle somebody + adv./prep. to push or send someone somewhere quickly and not carefully They bundled her into the back of a car. He was bundled off to boarding school.
- 2[intransitive] + adv./prep. to move somewhere quickly in a group We bundled out onto the street.
- 3[transitive] bundle something (with something) to supply extra equipment, especially software when selling a new computer, at no extra cost A further nine applications are bundled with the system. Phrasal Verbsbundle somethingupbundle somebody up (in something)
NAmE//ˈbʌndl//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they bundle
he / she / it bundles
past simple bundled
-ing form bundling