Add the second batch of garbanzo beans to the first, toss with the paprika, and serve.
Crucially, it also replicated the finding with an all-new batch of neutrinos.
batch collectors or integrated collector-storage systems heat water inside a large tank or box and store it there until needed.
Recycling plants often make recycled paper stronger by adding some new pulp to each batch.
Two year later, the batch of mail was found and delivered.
Double the recipe for the mint syrup if you're planning to make more than one batch of these refreshing summer drinks.
Maybe you can give one batch to your lottery ticket specialist.
It takes two months of monkey-watching to be sure that a batch is safe.
Ed's filming himself in the wild, and now he's got to deliver his first batch of tapes.
Chlorine evaporates quickly from solution, so you'll have to make up a fresh batch of sterilizing fluid every time you need some.
British Dictionary definitions for batch
a group or set of usually similar objects or people, esp if sent off, handled, or arriving at the same time
the bread, cakes, etc, produced at one baking
the amount of a material needed for an operation
Also called batch loaf. a tall loaf having a close texture and a thick crust on the top and bottom, baked as part of a batch: the sides of each loaf are greased so that they will pull apart after baking to have pale crumby sides; made esp in Scotland and Ireland Compare pan loaf
to group (items) for efficient processing
to handle by batch processing
C15 bache; related to Old English bacan to bake; compare Old English gebæc batch, German Gebäck
verb (Austral & NZ, informal)
(intransitive) (of a man) to do his own cooking and housekeeping