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Verb
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batches, plural;
  1. Arrange (things) in sets or groups

Noun
  1. A quantity or consignment of goods produced at one time
    • - a batch of cookies
    • - the company undertakes thirty-six separate quality control checks on every batch
  2. A number of things or people regarded as a group or set
    • - a batch of hostile letters came
  3. A group of records processed as a single unit, usually without input from a user


  1. all the loaves of bread baked at the same time
  2. batch together; assemble or process as a batch
  3. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos"; "it must have cost plenty"; "a slew of journalists"; "a wad of money"
  4. a collection of things or persons to be handled together
  5. Batch was the second album by Orange County pop punk band Big Drill Car, which was released in 1991. It was the last studio recording with the classic original line-up, and their last album distributed by Cruz Records.
  6. A spodi (many alternative spellings exist, including "spodee", "spodee-odee", "sbodi", "sbodee", etc.) is an alcoholic fruit beverage or the parties where such are consumed. ...
  7. In Unix-like computer operating systems, the at command is used to schedule commands to be executed once, at a particular time in the future.
  8. A bank; a sandbank; A field or patch of ground lying near a stream; the dale in which a stream flows; To aggregate things together into a batch; To handle a set of input data or requests as a batch process; Of a process, operating for a defined set of conditions, and then halting
  9. (Batches) also called "master batches". They are granulated materials inked with pigments. Batches are used in case of extrusions for manufacturing inked plastic films.
  10. A definite amount of oil, mud, chemicals, cement, or other material in a treatment or operation.
  11. A collection of products or data which is treated as one entity with respect to certain operations e.g. processing and production.
  12. A group of records or documents considered as a single unit for the purpose of data processing.
  13. A collection of credit card transactions saved for submitting at one time, usually each day. Merchants who do not have real-time verification systems must submit their transactions manually through a POS terminal. ...
  14. In computer technology this notion is used together with batch editing files. These are small programms which carries out series of orders automatically. ...
  15. A collection of transactions that are processed as a group. You can batch orders for authorization or for capture. Your processing requests may in turn be batched for settlement by banks.
  16. Refers to a knife model that is made in small numbers. A Spyderco batch is 1500 pieces and if the model is received well another batch or more may be produced.
  17. Matrix of input (or target) vectors applied to the network simultaneously. Changes to the network weights and biases are made just once for the entire set of vectors in the input matrix. (The term batch is being replaced by the more descriptive expression "concurrent vectors.")
  18. The accumulation of captured credit card transactions in the merchant's terminal or POS awaiting settlement.
  19. predefined actions carried out automatically and consecutively on a group of files.
  20. Sample or limited amount of all the data being processed.
  21. The mixture of granular raw materials that is prepared and put into the melting furnace to create a given glass. The primary raw materials for clear glass are silica sand, soda ash and limestone. Cullet is also often used.
  22. The product of one mixing operation.
  23. A group of approved credit card transactions, usually accumulated during one business day.
  24. A group of transactions that have been gathered over a certain period of time and are submitted together to the appropriate processing networks for clearing and settlement.
  25. A quantity of product pumped into a pipeline.