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batchnoun [C]

us   /bætʃ/
people or things dealt with as a group or at the same time: Mom just made a fresh batch of cookies. I’ve got a whole batch of applications to read through.
(Definition of batch from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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batchnoun [C]

uk   /bætʃ/ us  
a group of things that are dealt with or produced at the same time, or a group of people who are similar in some way: Stores have been asked to trace any potentially contaminated batches. The latest batch of reports suggests the economy is slowing down. 54,000 letters will be sent out, in batches of 3,000 a day. Batch orders are more cost-effective than purchasing in smaller quantities. There will be a five-day training course for our latest batch of recruits.

batchverb [T]

uk   /bætʃ/ us  
to make a group out of a number of things so they can all be dealt with together: In a warehouse, several orders are batched together.
(Definition of batch from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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“batch” in Business English

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