a gathering, a group, or a gaggle of people that work in a financial institution.
Guy in front of the 5th National Bank: Look at that wunch of bankers!
Collective noun for a group of bankers.
Look at that wunch of bankers
English VERB. Portmanteau made from 'wrinkle' and 'bunch', wunch means what happens to material when someone moves about on it, bunching it up, pulling on it, and leaving wrinkles. Hair, sheets, dresses, curtains, and so on can be 'wunched'. Has the same sound as 'wonder'. Rhymes with PUNCH and CRUNCH.
NOT related to the collective plural word for a group of bankers: a '(wunch
(rhymes with bunch) of bankers'
NOT related to wunsch
which is German.
'You can't wear that, it's all wunched!'
Dang it, I ironed those sheets and he's wunched them all up.
'OW! Don't lie on my hair, you're wunching it!'