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bundle (BUN d'l) (noun)
A large number of things or items fastened together for ease of handling: Ana went to the store and bought a large bundle of fresh asparagus for the dinner party.

Kent had a large bundle of cash in his pocket when he went shopping.

bungle (BUNG guhl) (verb)
To mishandle or to act in a clumsy manner: The boss was very angry, stating that the new employee seemed to bungle the assignment.

The secret-service agent managed to bungle his mission which was to deliver a large bundle of secret documents to his superior officer.

(of uncertain origin: to spoil; to bungle, to cause something to fail through carelessness or incompetence)