Batching [verb]

Definition of Batching:

make ready for transport

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Sentence/Example of Batching:

Still, the LabGun test, by design, took longer than Thermo Fisher’s TaqPath tests to process in large batches.

McKenzie and Uhrich delivered the remaining several dozen batches of cookies to essential workers, who were touched and delighted by the sweet gesture.

On every quarter, a new batch of startups are presenting their projects.

If you love the crispy top and crunchy corners from a dish of dressing, you owe it to yourself to make a batch using a sheet pan.

For example, a grower will deliver a batch of variegated syngonium to Folia Collective, and it sells out in minutes, she says.

Passers of all kinds are succeeding, from those at the end of their careers to the latest batch of rookies.

When the update came, only 45 percent of the latest batch went to her pile.

It’s best to discard the initial batch of degreaser and alcohol, but the ones from subsequent steps should be clean enough that, if filtered, they can be reused.

The tequila — described as a “small-batch premium 100% de agave tequila añejo made from sustainably sourced highland and lowland agaves,” is housed in a handblown glass bottle shaped in the electric charge symbol.

Anthony Aligo and business partners Nicholas Guglietta and Nathan Fisher founded this cozy, loungey bar with low-slung banquettes focused on small-batch wines.