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batch

Saltos de línea: batch
Pronunciación: /batʃ
 
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Definición de batch en inglés:

sustantivo

1A quantity or consignment of goods produced at one time: a batch of bread the company undertakes thirty-six separate quality control checks on every batch [as modifier]: batch production
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A supermarket yesterday withdrew a batch of own-brand peanut butter after a jar was found to contain cancer-causing chemicals.
  • In contrast, a batch of discs can take two to four weeks to replicate.
  • Those six rounds came from a batch of 200 loaded recently on a progressive press.
1.1 informal A number of things or people regarded as a group or set: a batch of loyalists and sceptics
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  • It's always unpleasant when individuals who've worked on a second or third-rate film collect a batch of awards.
  • So Australia collected a batch of free settlers before the gold rush.
  • A batch of mosquitoes collected from the field was divided into two groups.
Sinónimos
1.2 Computing A group of records processed as a single unit, usually without input from a user: [as modifier]: this should be run as a batch program from the process directory
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The older database used a three-stage batch system in which records were duplicated across three tables.
  • It includes a number of advanced features like creating encrypted backups or batch mode processing.
  • Most backup environments perform their backups as a batch process sometime during the night.

verbo

[with object] Volver al principio  
Arrange (things) in sets or groups: I had nothing to do but batch the reports
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Here's a mechanism for batching them into a locked-and-loaded tool for firing them into the world.
  • From there, the mixture is sent to four 6,000-gallon batching tanks.
  • It can be dispensed during batching operations or added to mixed concrete onsite.

Origen

late 15th century (in the senses 'process of baking', 'quantity produced at one baking'): based on an Old English word related to bacan (see bake). Current senses date from the early 18th century.

More
  • bake [OE] and batch from (Late Middle English):

    Both words go back to the same Old English root. Baker's dozen meaning ‘thirteen’, arose in the 16th century. It was a traditional bakers' practice to add an extra loaf to every dozen sold to a shopkeeper—this extra, thirteenth loaf was the source of the retailer's profit when the loaves were sold on to customers.

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