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bach (it)

To live by oneself, as an unwed man (or "bachelor") does. The phrase can be "bach it" or simply "bach." I used to bach it, until I met and married the love of my life.
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bach (or batch) (it)

to live alone like a bachelor. I tried to bach it for a while, but I got too lonely. I didn't want to batch, but I had to.

bach

verb

bach it

verb
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batch

verb

ba(t)ch (it)

(bætʃ...)
tv. & in. to live alone like a bachelor. I tried to bach it for a while, but I got too lonely.
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bach it

To bach.
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Evira said the grounds for the bans on the fertiliser products were a heavy metal content that exceeded the permitted level in five batches of ashes and one batch of inorganic multi-nutrition fertiliser products and that the content of Escherichia coli exceeded the permitted level in three batches of organic soil improvers and one batch of soil mix.
However, this variation is reduced somewhat with the mixing of the remills and then the final batches through effective mixing techniques.
If it's speed you're after, Draiswerke is introducing a Gelimat thermokinetic batch mixer that delivers batches of compound in just 5 to 20 sec, thus providing an extremely short heat history.
A disadvantage to gain-in-weight batching is that multiple ingredient batches require that ingredients be discharged and weighed sequentially, which requires more time to create the batch.
This generally enlarges the final characteristics range of different batches mixed from the same formulation, like the plasticity or the Mooney viscosity.
Multiple containers with sizes from 150 to 2000 liters available for mixing different batches of color masterbatches and additives.
granulation of the rubber bales and then blending a large lot of rubber granules, to be used for the preparation of the single rubber batches.
As the tandem mixer receives only hot plasticized batches, the tandem rotor speeds are low (up to 25 rpm) and motor torque less than half the masterbatch requirement.