bundle (someone) into (something)

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bundle (someone) into (something)

1. To dress someone, typically a child, in heavy winter clothing or outerwear. It's freezing out, so bundle Janie into her parka, scarf, and boots—and don't forget her hat and gloves!
2. To help someone, typically a child, get into bed. When you bundle Janie into bed, don't forget her teddy bear.
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bundle someone into something

 
1. to put someone, usually a child, into heavy outdoor clothing. Bill bundled Billy into his parka. Tom bundled himself into his parka and opened the door to go out.
2. and bundle someone in to put someone, usually a child, into bed. She bundled Sarah into bed after reading her a story. June pulled the sheets back and bundled Sarah in.
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I had two younger brothers and money was tight, so my parents used to bundle us into the car on a Sunday afternoon and we'd all go for a little drive.
Each weekend, the university would bundle us into buses and take us to explore the treasures of other Tuscan cities and churches.
Two documents leaked in two days, both from Government departments whose ministers are passionate to bundle us into the euro has the strong whiff of a co-ordinated campaign.
It is widely supposed that the Blair Government has a barely secret agenda to bundle us into the new currency the moment it can show for the purposes of a referendum that it is a success.