batch

Part of speech: noun

The dough for one baking, or the bread, etc., baked; quantity made or done at one time.

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Usage examples "batch":

  1. The landlord of the George sending over to Cambridge to let it be known that one batch were gone and that another might come over. - "St. John's College, Cambridge", Robert Forsyth Scott.
  2. The third batch must be ready when the men from the Sarre arrive. - "The Invasion of France in 1814", Émile Erckmann Alexandre Chatrian.
  3. " I had an additional batch of chemicals on hand, in case they were needed," he added, and he tapped some unused bombs at his feet. - "Tom Swift among the Fire Fighters or, Battling with Flames from the Air", Victor Appleton.