batch definition

  • noun:
    • a sum produced at one baking: a batch of snacks.
    • A quantity necessary for or produced because of one operation: made a batch of cookie bread; mixed a batch of concrete.
    • a small grouping of people or things: a batch of tourists; another batch of dilemmas.
    • Computer Science some information or tasks becoming processed in one single program run.
    • Informal Variant of bach.
    • A bank; a sandbank.
    • A field or spot of floor lying near a stream; the dale by which a stream flows.
    • The quantity of bread or any other baked products baked at some point.
    • A quantity of any such thing created at one procedure.
    • friends or number of things of the same kind, eg a batch of letters or the next batch of company.
    • a couple of information to be processed with one execution of a program.
    • A bread roll.
    • the amount of loaves of bread baked in the past.
    • A quantity of such a thing produced at one operation; friends or number of individuals or things of the same sort.
    • A quantity produced at one operation; especially, the total amount of loaves of bread made at one baking.
    • The quantity of product ready or required for one operation. Specifically—
    • An aggregation of people or articles comparable to one another; especially, lots or aggregation gotten, despatched, etc., in the past: as, a batch of letters; a batch of prisoners.
    • Kind, sort, or lot.
    • A bank; a sandbank.
    • A field or spot of surface lying near a stream; the valley which a stream flows: especially in neighborhood English brands.
    • A vessel utilized in brewing.
    • (often followed closely by `of') a significant number or amount or degree
    • an accumulation things or people becoming handled collectively
    • all loaves of bread baked at the same time
  • verb-transitive:
    • to put together or process as a batch.
  • verb:
    • To aggregate things collectively into a batch.
    • to carry out some input information or demands as a batch process.
    • To live as a bachelor briefly, of a married guy or some one practically hitched.
    • group collectively; assemble or process as a batch
  • adjective:
    • Of an ongoing process, running for a defined collection of circumstances, and then halting.
  • others:
    • To size; assemble in a batch or even the volume required.
    • To protect (the bank of a river) by dealing with it with rocks, to be able to avoid the water from eating into it.

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