- the mass or magnitude of something large；a large mass or shape, for example of a building or a heavy body
- be or seem to be of great size or importance；treat (a product) so that its quantity appears greater than it in fact is
verb: bulk, 3rd person present: bulks, gerund or present participle: bulking, past tense: bulked, past participle: bulked
- 1. the mass or magnitude of something large the sheer bulk of the bags 同義詞
- ▪ a large mass or shape, for example of a building or a heavy body he moved quickly in spite of his bulk
- ▪ large in quantity or amount bulk orders of more than 100 copies
- ▪ the majority or greater part of something the bulk of the traffic had passed 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ roughage in food bread and potatoes supply energy, essential protein, and bulk
- ▪ cargo that is an unpackaged mass such as grain, oil, or milk.
- 1. be or seem to be of great size or importance territorial questions bulked large in diplomatic relations
- 2. treat (a product) so that its quantity appears greater than it in fact is traders were bulking up their flour with chalk
- ▪ build up body mass, typically in training for athletic events.