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budle out, at bay
Debutant Amit Mishra's 5-wicket haul helped India bundle out Aussies for 268 runs on Day 3 of the Mohali Test. Earlier, Shane Watson scored a fighting 78 to keep Team India at bay.
Please explain the emboldened parts to me.
Re: budle out, at bay
#1 India got rid of Australia quickly.
Originally Posted by user_gary
#2 To be at bay means to stand your ground and prevent someone doing something. In this case, Watson's innings meant that it took longer for India to achieve its victory.