Bunta - The Swedish Word for Tie (pack) together

What does bunta mean? Bunta is the Swedish word for tie (pack) together or bundle. Some of its most common inflections are buntade, buntat, bunta, buntar. A great example sentence to help you learn Swedish is 'Jag vill inte buntas ihop med honom', which translates into 'I wouldn't want to be bracketed alongside him'. Add comments below to help other Swedish students. There are currently 0 comments for the Swedish word bunta.

Translation:
  1. Tie (pack) together
  2. Bundle
Inflections:
  • Buntade
  • Buntat
  • Bunta
  • Buntar
Example:
  • Jag vill inte buntas ihop med honom: I wouldn't want to be bracketed alongside him
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