Translation of batch in Spanish:

batch

Pronunciation: /bætʃ/

n

  • (of cakes) hornada (f), tanda (f); (of dough, cement) cantidad (f), tanda (f); (of goods) [Business/Comercio] lote (m); (of trainees, candidates) grupo (m), tanda (f); (of mail, paperwork) pila (f), montón (m); (of improvements, innovations) serie (f); (of data, transactions) [Computing/Informática] lote (masculine) the latest batch of figures shows … las últimas cifras indican … (before noun/delante del nombre) batch number número (masculine) de serie
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    • 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.
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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.
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    • 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.

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Most first names in Spanish-speaking countries are those of saints. A person's santo, (also known as onomástico in Latin America and onomástica in Spain) is the saint's day of the saint that they are named for. Children were once usually named for the saint whose day they were born on, but this is less common now.