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Definition of "batching" [batching]

  • Present participle of batch. (verb)

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Use "batching" in a sentence
  • "One popular service is called Remote Control Mail, and there are two big benefits to the time-focused and mobile-minded: relevant postal mail is funneled into e-mail, so you can check both email and postal mail at once ( "batching" both at the same time); you can travel freely whenever and wherever without ever missing a letter."
  • "Strategies to speed up the settlement of outstanding rural claims included shortening the project cycle, delegations to commissioners for finalising claims, eliminating protracted negotiations through expropriation, "batching" claims with similar circumstances, consulting with traditional authorities and houses of traditional leaders, and working more closely with other state departments and municipalities."
  • "Never in all his life had he labored as he did then, for four years of "batching" will make a bear's nest out of the most orderly house, but he was jealous of his task and he refused to share it with other hands."