drop a bundle on (someone or something)(redirected from drop a bundle on one)
drop a bundle on (someone or something)
To spend a lot of money on someone or something. Whoa, you must have dropped a bundle on that entertainment system. Even though I dropped a bundle on that prospective employee, he turned down our offer.
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drop a bundle (on someone)
tv. to spend a lot of money pleasing or entertaining someone. I dropped a bundle on the candidate, and it didn’t help me at all.
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