batches[ bach ]SEE DEFINITION OF batches
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BATCHES
Make the batches middling thick, enough so that it will not drizzle from the wire.
One gang by day labor mixed and placed 168 batches of 0.7 cu.
The average work of one mixer was 17 batches or about 13 cu.
This is because it takes a greater number of batches to the cubic yard.
They are trained in batches, thousands are of one pattern—especially in society.
And what must the number be, when we allow for the two or three batches that follow the first!
The testing, if done by batches, should not add greatly to the cost of the leather.
We set these gentry up against a wall and dispose of them in batches.
They were at first sold or rented in batches to the highest bidders.
Then batches of officers and men were sent227 to be trained by the instructors of the camp.