动词过去式:batched 过去分词:batched 现在分词:batching 第三人称单数:batches
1 number of loaves, cakes, etc baked together （面包、糕饼等的）一炉
*baked in batches of twenty 以二十个为一炉烘烤的.
2 number of people or things dealt with as a group （人或物的）一批
*a new batch of recruits for the army 一批新兵
* a batch of letters to be answered 待覆的一批信件.
3 (computing 计) set of jobs that are processed together by a computer with no input from individual terminals （计算机在终端停止输入的情况下汇集处理的）成批作业
*[attrib 作定语] a batch run 成批处理.
[Date: 1400-1500; Origin: From an unrecorded Old English bAcce 'something baked', from bacan; BAKE]
a group of people or things that arrive or are dealt with together
Every day another batch of papers reaches the manager demanding his attention.
a quantity of food, medicine etc that is produced or prepared at the same time
She was in the kitchen taking a batch of bread out of the oven.
a set of jobs that are dealt with together on a computer
an overnight batch file
a batch job
1. Another time, I arrived to find him chewing the last of a batch of chocolate chip cookies my mother had sent me. 还有一次，我回来就看到他在吃我的最后一块巧克力曲奇饼，那是我妈妈带给我的。