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  • 1 BVNT — Bank of Ventura California (Business » NASDAQ Symbols) …

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  • 2 BVNT — abbr. Bank of Ventura CA NASDAQ …

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  • 3 bunch — [bʌntʃ] noun I 1) [C] a group or set of similar things that are fastened together a bunch of grapes/flowers/keys[/ex] 2) [singular] informal a group of people They re a lovely bunch who have made me feel welcome.[/ex] 3) bunches [plural] British… …

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  • 4 buntal — [ bʌnt(ə)l] noun the straw from a talipot palm used for making hats. Origin early 20th cent.: from Tagalog …

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  • 5 bunch — /bʌntʃ / (say bunch) noun 1. a connected group; cluster: a bunch of bananas. 2. any group of people: a bunch of spectators. 3. World War I Colloquial a group of soldiers forming a unit. 4. any collection of things: a bunch of forms. 5. a knob;… …

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  • 6 buncher resonator — /bʌntʃə ˈrɛzəneɪtə/ (say bunchuh rezuhnaytuh) noun → klystron …

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  • 7 bunches — /ˈbʌntʃəz/ (say bunchuhz) plural noun a woman s hairstyle in which the hair is divided into two sections, is tied tight to the scalp, and falls loose below the ties …

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  • 8 bunchgrass — /ˈbʌntʃgras/ (say bunchgrahs) noun any of various perennial grass species that tend to grow in discrete clumps and does not spread by stolons or rhizomes, as wire grass. Also, clumping grass …

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  • 9 bunchy — /ˈbʌntʃi/ (say bunchee) adjective (bunchier, bunchiest) 1. having bunches. 2. bulging or protuberant …

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  • 10 bunchy top — /ˈbʌntʃi tɒp/ (say bunchee top) noun a viral disease affecting a number of crops but especially banana trees, which is transmitted by the banana aphid Pentalonia nigronervosa …

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  • 11 bundt cake — /ˈbʌnt keɪk/ (say bunt kayk) noun a dessert cake in a distinctive fluted ring shape. {American English, from German Bund ring shaped cake, literally, something joined} …

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  • 12 bundt tin — /ˈbʌnt tɪn/ (say bunt tin) noun a ring shaped fluted cake tin designed to produce a bundt cake …

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  • 13 bunta — /ˈbʌntə/ (say buntuh), /ˈbʊntə/ (say boontuh) adjective Colloquial out of control, as a result of experiencing strong emotion as joy, anger, etc.: to go bunta when the team wins; to go bunta and burn the house down. {Nunga talk boontha stupid,… …

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  • 14 Bunton — /ˈbʌntən/ (say buntuhn) noun Haydn William /heɪdn/ (say haydn), 1911–56, Australian Rules player; noted as a rover …

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  • 15 bunt — bunt1 [bʌnt] verb 1》 Baseball (of a batter) gently tap (a pitched ball) without swinging. 2》 butt with the head or horns. noun Baseball an act of bunting a ball. Origin C18: prob. related to butt1. bunt2 [bʌnt] …

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  • 16 bunt — I [[t]bʌnt[/t]] v. t. 1) (of a goat or calf) to push with the horns or head; butt 2) spo to tap (a pitched baseball) close to home plate, usu. by facing the pitcher and allowing the ball to bounce off the bat 3) anb to push something with the… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 17 bunt — I. /bʌnt/ (say bunt) verb (t) 1. to push (something) with the horns or head. 2. Baseball to bat a ball with a half swing so that the ball rolls slowly in front of the infielders. –verb (i) 3. (of a goat or calf) to push with the horns or head. 4 …

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  • 18 bunch — bunch1 [ bʌntʃ ] noun ** 1. ) singular a group of people: They are a great bunch who have made me feel welcome. The volunteers are a very mixed bunch of people. 2. ) count a group of cut flowers that you hold together or that someone has tied… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19 Billy Bunter — UK [ˌbɪlɪ ˈbʌntə(r)] / US [ˈbʌntər] a boy in a series of British children s books who is known for being fat and for eating a lot …

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  • 20 bunch — I UK [bʌntʃ] / US noun Word forms bunch : singular bunch plural bunches ** 1) [singular] informal a group of people They re a lovely bunch who have made me feel welcome. The volunteers are a very mixed bunch of people. 2) [countable] a group of… …

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