Meaning of BATCH in English

batch /bætʃ/ BrE AmE noun [countable]

[ Date: 1400-1500 ; Origin: From an unrecorded Old English bæcce 'something baked' , from bacan ; ⇨ ↑ bake ]

1 . a group of people or things that arrive or are dealt with together

batch of

Every day another batch of papers reaches the manager, demanding his attention.

2 . a quantity of food, medicine etc that is produced or prepared at the same time

batch of

She was in the kitchen taking a batch of bread out of the oven.

3 . a set of jobs that are dealt with together on a computer:

an overnight batch file

a batch job

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English.      Longman - Словарь современного английского языка.