It is a bunch of grapes.
The correct term for a group of grapes is known as a "bunch" or "cluster" of grapes. A group of grapes or a fruit cluster is sometimes called a Truss.
A group of grapes is called a bunch of grapes.
The collective nouns for 'grapes' are a bunch of grapes and a cluster of grapes.
Yes, the collective nouns for grapes are a bunch of grapes and a cluster of grapes.
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There is a nice bunch of grapes in the fridge if you're hungry.
a bunch of grapes
A bunch of grapes.
The collective noun 'bunch' is a singular noun; the plural form is bunches. The noun 'grapes' is a plural noun, the singular form is grape. The term 'bunch of grapes' is a singular form, one bunch of grapes.
The number of grapes in a bunch can vary widely. There are large bunches and small bunches of grapes.
A bunch of grapes is like a respiratory system it has a trachea the alveoli and bronchi or bronchoiles
It depends how big the "bunch" is. There are large bunches and small bunches of grapes.
A bunch of grapes in the supermarket is usually measured by pounds. The price of the grapes is usually set per-pound meaning that grapes may be $2.00/lb. so that a three pound bunch of grapes would be $6.00.
A bunch of grapes if often used.
The carb content of a bunch of grapes will depend on the number of grapes in the bunch or the weight of the bunch. For more information about the carbs in grapes, according to number, weight, and the type of grape, please see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
Yes, the noun 'bunch' is a standard collective noun for:a bunch of bananasa bunch of deera bunch of ducks (on water)a bunch of flowersa bunch of grapesa bunch of keysa bunch of sealsa bunch of waterfowla bunch of wigeona bunch of wildfowla bunch of worms
There isn't a word for a group of grapevines... sorry. But I think you should just call it a bunch of grapevines... because you call them a bunch of grapes, right? So why shouldn't grapevine be the same?
The collective noun for a group of grapes is a bunch.
Grapes = Uvas -a bunch of grapes = Um cacho de uvas
A bundle of grapes. Grapes come in a BUNCH. They grow on a VINE in CLUSTERS.
Depends how big the "bunch" is.
The collective nouns for 'grapes' are a bunch of grapes and a cluster of grapes.There is no collective noun specifically for grapes on the vine.
Botryoid - shaped like a bunch of grapes.also referencebotÂ·ryÂ·oiÂ·dal(bÅt'rÄ“-oid'l)adj. Shaped like a bunch of grapes. Used especially of mineral formations: botryoidal hematite.[From Greek botruoeidÄ“s : botrus, bunch of grapes + -oeidÄ“s, -oid.]so ... certain minerals and parts of organisms can be botryoidal.