Meaning of BATCH in English

I. noun Etymology: Middle English bache; akin to Old English bacan to bake Date: 15th century the quantity baked at one time ; baking, 2. the quantity of material prepared or required for one operation, the quantity produced at one operation, a group of jobs (as programs) that are submitted for processing on a computer and whose results are obtained at a later time , a quantity (as of persons or things) considered as a group, II. transitive verb Date: 1876 to bring together or process as a ~, ~er noun see: bach

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