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bulk definition

  • noun:
    • Size, size, or amount, especially when huge.
    • A distinct size or percentage of matter, specially a sizable one: the dark majority of structures resistant to the sky.
    • The body of a person, especially when large or muscular.
    • The major portion or better part: "The great almost all necessary work can't ever be not painful” ( Bertrand Russell).
    • identify fiber.
    • Thickness of paper or cardboard in relation to fat.
    • A ship's cargo.
    • Size, mass or amount.
    • the most important element of some thing.
    • caused by liquid retained by fibre.
    • (transportation) Unpackaged products when transported in big volumes, e.g. coal, ore or whole grain.
    • a cargo or any products moved or communicated in the manner of cargo.
    • extra body size, specially muscle.
    • A hypothetical higher-dimensional area within which our own four-dimensional universe may exist.
    • Magnitude of product substance; measurements; size; size.
    • the primary size or body; the greatest or principal part; most.
    • Size, mass, or volume, specially when huge.
    • The cargo of a vessel when stowed.
    • a definite size or part of matter, specially a sizable one: the dark almost all buildings up against the sky.
    • your body.
    • the human body of a human, specially when large or muscular.
    • The major portion or greater part: "The great bulk of necessary work can never be anything but painful” ( Bertrand Russell).
    • A projecting element of a building.
    • See fibre.
    • A heap.
    • Thickness of report or cardboard in terms of fat.
    • Magnitude of product substance; whole proportions in length, breadth, and depth; size of a material thing: because, an ox or a ship of great volume.
    • A ship's cargo.
    • The gross; the greater part; the main mass or body: as, the majority of a debt; the majority of a nation.
    • underneath or your hands on a ship.
    • the complete room in a ship's hold for stowage of products; for this reason, what is stowed; the size of the cargo: since, to split bulk for unloading.
    • The breast; the upper body; the thorax.
    • The body of a full time income creature.
    • A partition; a projecting part of a building.
    • Size, size or volume.
    • A stall in front of a shop.
    • The major part of some thing.
    • The result of water retained by fibre.
    • A large upper body or box.
    • (transportation) Unpackaged goods whenever transported in big amounts, e.g. coal, ore or grain.
    • a cargo or any things relocated or communicated in the way of cargo.
    • A pile of cigarette set up in classes for the purpose of perspiring.
    • extra body size, specially muscle tissue.
    • A hypothetical higher-dimensional area within which our very own four-dimensional universe may exist.
    • the home caused by becoming or relating to the greater in amount of two parts; the main part
    • Magnitude of product substance; proportions; mass; dimensions.
    • the house of a thing that is very good in magnitude
    • The main mass or human anatomy; the greatest or principal section; most.
    • the home possessed by a sizable size
    • The cargo of a vessel whenever stowed.
    • the human body.
    • A projecting part of a building.
    • A heap.
    • Magnitude of material substance; whole dimensions in length, breadth, and width; measurements of a material thing: as, an ox or a ship of great volume.
    • The gross; the greater part; the primary size or body: as, the bulk of a debt; the majority of a nation.
    • underneath or hold of a ship.
    • the complete area in a ship's hold the stowage of products; thus, what is stowed; the size associated with cargo: since, to split bulk for unloading.
    • The breast; the upper body; the thorax.
    • the human body of a full time income animal.
    • A partition; a projecting section of a building.
    • A stall facing a shop.
    • a big upper body or package.
    • A pile of tobacco laid up in courses for the intended purpose of perspiring.
    • the property resulting from being or regarding the greater in amount of two components; the primary part
    • the property of something that is great in magnitude
    • the house possessed by a large size
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To be or appear to be huge regarding dimensions, amount, or relevance; loom: protection factors bulked large during growth of the brand new spacecraft.
    • to develop or upsurge in size or value.
    • To cohere or develop a mass: select report bulks really.
    • to show up or be seemingly, regarding bulk or extent; to swell.
    • is or seem to be huge in terms of dimensions, volume, or importance; loom: protection considerations bulked large during development of the brand new spacecraft.
    • to cultivate or boost in size or relevance.
    • To cohere or form a mass: select report bulks well.
    • to look or be seemingly, on volume or degree; to swell.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to enlarge or expand.
    • resulting in to cohere or develop a mass.
    • resulting in to enlarge or increase.
    • resulting in to cohere or develop a mass.
  • adjective:
    • becoming big in mass, volume, or volume: a bulk purchase; a bulk mailing.
    • being large in dimensions, size or volume
    • becoming large in size, volume, or volume: a bulk buy; a bulk mailing.
    • becoming large in size, size or volume
  • phrasal-verb:
    • volume up to get fat by gaining muscle tissue: dietary supplements that helped the weightlifters bulk up.
    • bulk up to achieve weight by gaining muscle: vitamin supplements that helped the weightlifters volume up.
  • idiom:
    • in bulk Unpackaged; loose.
    • in bulk In large numbers, amounts, or volume.
    • in volume Unpackaged; loose.
    • in bulk In good sized quantities, amounts, or amount.
  • verb:
    • becoming, or seem to be, huge
    • to develop in proportions; to enlarge or expand
    • is, or be seemingly, huge
    • cause to bulge or swell outwards
    • to grow in size; to swell or expand
    • stick-out or up
    • cause to bulge or swell outwards
    • stand out or up
  • others:
    • To increase in bulk; grow large; swell.
    • to place or hold in volume or as a mass; fix the majority of in place: as, to bulk a cargo.
    • To belch.
    • To strike; beat.
    • To throb.
    • In the tobacco industry, to form into a bulk or bulks; to leave in the state of bulks: used in this sense with down.
    • To pile in heaps, as fish for salting.
    • to improve in volume; grow huge; swell.
    • to place or hold in volume or as a mass; fix the bulk of in place: as, to bulk a cargo.
    • To belch.
    • To hit; beat.
    • To throb.
    • within the tobacco business, to form into a bulk or bulks; to leave when you look at the state of bulks: utilized in this sense with down.
    • To pile in heaps, as catch salting.
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