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batting1 British & World English

The action of hitting with or using a bat, especially in cricket or baseball

batting2 British & World English

Cotton wadding prepared in sheets for use in quilts

batting in bat1 British & World English

(Of a sports team or player) take the role of hitting rather than throwing the ball

batting in bat3 British & World English

Flutter (one’s eyelashes), typically in a flirtatious manner

batting cage British & World English

An area for batting practice that is enclosed by fencing or netting

batting order British & World English

The order in which batsmen or batters in cricket or baseball take their turn to bat

batting average British & World English

The average score of a batsman or batter, in cricket a batsman’s runs scored per completed innings, and in baseball a batter’s safe hits per official times at bat

cotton batting British & World English

North American term for cotton wool111.

open the batting in open British & World English

Play as one of the pair of batsmen who begin a side’s innings

open the batting British & World English

Play as one of the pair of batsmen who begin a side’s innings

not bat an eyelid in bat3 British & World English

Show (or showing) no surprise or concern

bat for or go to bat for in bat1 British & World English

Defend the interests of; support

bat around in bat1 British & World English

Travel widely, frequently, or casually

bat around British & World English

Travel widely, frequently, or casually

not bat an eyelid British & World English

Show (or showing) no surprise or concern

bat something around in bat1 British & World English

Discuss an idea or proposal casually or idly

bat something around British & World English

Discuss an idea or proposal casually or idly

bat a thousand in bat1 British & World English

Be very successful; achieve perfection

bat a thousand British & World English

Be very successful; achieve perfection

cotton batting English-Spanish

algodón m (hidrófilo or en rama)