Batch

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Batch may refer to:

Food and drink
  • Batch (alcohol), an alcoholic fruit beverage
  • Batch loaf, a type of bread popular in Ireland
  • A dialect term for a bread roll used in North Warwickshire, Nuneaton and Coventry, as well as on the Wirral, England
  • Small batch, bourbon whiskey blended from selected barrels
  • Wiser's Small Batch, a Canadian whisky made in limited batches by Corby Distillery Ltd, Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Manufacturing and technology
Computer science
  • Batch (Unix), a command to queue jobs for later execution
  • Batch Enhancer, an applet launched by Norton Utilities to graphically enhance the presentation of batch files
  • Batch file, a text file containing a series of commands intended to be executed in DOS, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows
  • Batch Monitor, a software program created by Apple Computer for viewing and monitoring encoding tasks
  • Batch processing, the execution of a series of programs on a computer without human interaction
  • Batch renaming, the process of renaming multiple computer files and folders in an automated fashion
  • DEC BATCH-11/DOS-11, a computer operating system developed by Digital Equipment Corporation
  • Portable Batch System, computer software that performs job scheduling
  • Spring Batch, an open source framework for batch processing
People
Places
  • Barns Batch Spinney, a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near Dundry, Somerset, England
  • Beacon Batch, the summit area of Black Down, the highest hill in the Mendip Hills, Somerset, England
Miscellaneous