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  1. bulk

    • IPA[bʌlk]

    英式

    • n.
      the mass or size of something large;large size or shape
    • v.
      treat (a product) so that its quantity appears greater than it is;build up flesh and muscle, typically in training for sporting events
    • verb: bulk, 3rd person present: bulks, gerund or present participle: bulking, past tense: bulked, past participle: bulked

    • noun: bulk, plural noun: bulks

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    • 1. treat (a product) so that its quantity appears greater than it is traders were bulking up their flour with chalk
    • build up flesh and muscle, typically in training for sporting events he took dietary supplements to bulk up as he lifted weights
    • 2. combine (shares or commodities for sale) your shares will be bulked with others and sold at the best prices available
    • ph.
      (especially of goods) in large quantities, usually at a reduced price

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of goods) in large quantities and generally at a reduced price

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      purchase large quantities of a particular product or products, typically at a discount: retailers limited purchases to prevent customers from bulk-buying fans blamed touts for bulk-buying tickets

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the purchase of large quantities of a particular product or products, typically at a discount: private transport is essential for bulk buying at supermarkets

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    • n.
      a ship that carries non-liquid cargoes such as grain or ore in bulk.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      government funding for a school, provided as a lump sum and administered by a school's ... it's a common misconception that teachers can be paid more under bulk funding

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      be or seem to be of great importance

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    • n.
      the purchase of large quantities of a particular product or products, typically at a discount: private transport is essential for bulk buying at supermarkets

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • n.
      the mass or magnitude of something large: the sheer bulk of the bags
    • v.
      be or seem to be of great size or importance: territorial questions bulked large in diplomatic relations

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