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Battery may refer to:
- Artillery battery, an organized group of artillery pieces; also gun battery with similar groupings on warships
- Battery (crime), criminal contact with another in a manner likely to cause bodily harm
- Battery (tort), intentional harmful or offensive contact with a person under civil law
- Battery (electricity), electrochemical cells to transform chemical energy into electricity.
- Battery position, a stage of operation of a firearm action or for a device which is ready to operate.
- Out-of-battery, the discharge of a weapon before the action has returned to the normal firing position
- The Battery, St. John's, Newfoundland
- Battery Island, Tasmania, Australia
- Battery Park, or its location at the Battery, in Manhattan, New York
- Battery Park City, a neighborhood north of Battery Park in Manhattan
- Battery Park (Burlington, Vermont)
- The Battery (Charleston), South Carolina
- Battery Point, Tasmania, a suburb of Hobart
- Sultan Battery, in the Wynad District, Kerala State, India
- Marching percussion, also called battery, in a modern drumline
- Battery (band), an American hardcore band
- The Battery (film), a 2007 Japanese film
- Battery (novel series), by Atsuko Asano
- "Battery" (song), a 1986 song by Metallica
- Battery 9, a South African music project
- Drum kit, sometimes called a battery
Other uses 
- Battery (baseball), collectively, the pitcher and catcher
- Battery cage, a confinement system for egg-laying chickens
- Battery (chess), a tactic consisting of placing two or more pieces on the same rank, file, or diagonal
- Battery (also stamp battery or stamp mill), a type of mill that crushes material by pounding
- Battery (test), a series of tests used to assess psychological, behavioral, or cognitive functions.
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