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01. Dave made a wonderful [batch] of German-style beer at his house, and we're going over to taste it tonight.
02. Your mother just baked a big [batch] of cookies to take on our camping trip.
03. The store was all out of computer paper, but they're waiting for a [batch] to come in sometime this week.
04. I have a [batch] of grammar tests to mark by tomorrow, so I can't go out tonight.
05. There's a whole new [batch] of students arriving this afternoon from Mainland China.
06. We have a [batch] of volunteers that need to be trained before the festival begins.
07. We have a [batch] of bills to pay, so we can't really afford to go skiing this month.
08. My neighbor planted a [batch] of bulbs in her garden, and they are just starting to come up.
09. They took a [batch] of magazines to the elementary school for the kids to cut up.
10. In 1944, a pharmacist in Florida invented the first suntan cream by cooking cocoa butter in a coffee pot and then testing the [batch] on his own head.
11. She got a nice [batch] of flowers from her co-workers on her birthday.
12. [Batches] of tests were distributed among the teachers to be marked.
13. The little girl's mother gave her a [batch] of brownies to take to school for her class party.
14. He tied up the [batch] of newspapers and took them out to the recycling bin.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

Synonyms:
(as of bread, ore, etc., treated at one time), , , ,


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