To aggregate things together into a batch.
Other Word Forms of Batch
Origin of Batch
From Middle English bache (bacche), from Old English bæcce (“something baked”), from bacan (“to bake”). Compare German Gebäck and Dutch baksel.
Middle English bache probably from Old English bæcce from bacan to bake
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
from an abbreviation of the pronunciation of bachelor (“unmarried adult male”)
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