How to use Batch in a sentence as a noun

It was about on the level of batch files if that.

But last batch was the first time we did parallel interview tracks at all, and we needed to test whether it worked for 2 before we went to 3.

In fact we've funded two that are partially focused on that: Hacker School and one of the nonprofits in the current batch.

It only uses rAF to batch rendering, so multiple repaints are throttled to a minimum of 16ms ===The on-screen issue is interesting; I need to think about it more to see if we can actually leverage it in production apps.

Lest anyone be confused by that headline, there are 6 other nonprofits in the current batch.

When I post photos, it's usually as a batch, not many with captions.

They work 100+ hour weeks, they don't have families, or commitments and are willing to do it all for mere peanuts and empty promises of golden rainbows!Sadly - a few years of this turns them into realistic employees - and you need a whole new batch to replace them.

If we did that for one batch, you'd really be able to tell the difference, believe me.

After each new batch of founders got lots of\nhelp from Sam, it seemed natural to them when they in turn became\nalumni to help new founders that much.

How to use Batch in a sentence as a verb

They simply offered 150k apiece to all the startups in the winter 2011 batch.

They first sort the faulty batch into two categories: the better ones that can be salvaged by LG itself, and the worse ones that have to go somewhere else.

There are 47 startups in the current batch, which works out to less than 10 apiece.

None of them are put through strict process control during manufacturing to ensure that such mundane things as cracked or "cold" solder joints don't creep into a batch.

But, I still had my doubts, and walked away assuming Dropbox would not be one of the success stories out of that upcoming YC batch.

My apologies on behalf of YC. I deleted that job post, and asked the companies in this batch not to post this sort of thing anymore.

This happened two years ago, but I figured I'd post it now since YC interviews start tomorrow, and I already heard of one person in this batch who's going through the same thing.

This batch I finally wrote it all down, and the s2013 startups used it when raising money.

Batch definitions

noun

all the loaves of bread baked at the same time

noun

(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos"; "it must have cost plenty"; "a slew of journalists"; "a wad of money"

noun

a collection of things or persons to be handled together

See also: clutch

verb

batch together; assemble or process as a batch