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batch

noun [C] uk   us   /bætʃ/
a group of things or people dealt with at the same time or considered similar in type: The cook brought in a fresh batch of homemade cupcakes. We looked at the job applications in two batches. Indian English a group of students who are taught together at school, college, or university
Translations of “batch”
in Arabic دُفعة…
in Korean 집단, 무리…
in Malaysian dalam kumpulan…
in French tas, paquet…
in Turkish takım, yığın, alay…
in Italian partita, gruppo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一批,一組…
in Russian партия, группа…
in Polish porcja, grupa…
in Vietnamese đợt…
in Spanish hornada, lote…
in Portuguese grupo…
in Thai จำนวนสิ่งของที่ผลิตหรือจัดส่งในเวลาเดียวกัน…
in German die Menge…
in Catalan tongada…
in Japanese 一束, 一団…
in Indonesian paket, adonan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一批,一组…
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