not go a bundle on something

British informal
to not like something

People round here don't go a bundle on opera.


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  • not go a bundle on something — british informal phrase to not like something People round here don’t go a bundle on opera. Thesaurus: to hate or dislike someone or somethingsynonym Main entry: bundle * * * not go a bundle on sb/sth …   Useful english dictionary

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  • not go a bundle on — (not) go a bundle on (something) British, informal to not like something. I don t go a bundle on Anne s new haircut …   New idioms dictionary

  • go a bundle on something — (not) go a bundle on (something) British, informal to not like something. I don t go a bundle on Anne s new haircut …   New idioms dictionary

  • bundle */ — I UK [ˈbʌnd(ə)l] / US noun [countable] Word forms bundle : singular bundle plural bundles 1) a group of things that have been tied together, especially so that you can carry them easily The women carried heavy bundles on their backs. bundle of: a …   English dictionary

  • bundle — bun|dle1 [ˈbʌndl] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Middle Dutch; Origin: bundel] 1.) a group of things such as papers, clothes, or sticks that are fastened or tied together bundle of ▪ bundles of newspapers ▪ a small bundle containing mostly clothing 2.) a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bundle — 1 noun (C) 1 a group of things such as papers, clothes, or sticks that are fastened or tied together 2 (singular) informal a lot of money: cost a bundle: The trip will cost a bundle and we can t pay for it ourselves. | make a bundle (=earn or win …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bundle — bun|dle1 [ bʌndl ] noun count * 1. ) a group of things that have been tied together, especially so that you can carry them easily: The women carried heavy bundles on their backs. bundle of: a bundle of clean clothes bundles of firewood 2. ) a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Bundle theory — Bundle theory, originated by the 18th century Scottish philosopher David Hume, is the ontological theory about objecthood in which an object consists only of a collection (bundle) of properties, relations or tropes. According to bundle theory, an …   Wikipedia

  • bundle — [bun′dəl] n. [ME bundel, prob. < MDu bondel, dim. < bond < binden,BIND] 1. a number of things tied, wrapped, or otherwise held together 2. a package or parcel 3. a bunch, collection, or group 4. Slang a large amount of money 5. Bi …   English World dictionary


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