batting

  1. strike with, or as if with a baseball bat
  2. wink briefly
  3. have a turn at bat
  4. use a bat
  5. beat thoroughly in a competition or fight

Batting

[material] Batting (also known as wadding in the United Kingdom or filler) is a layer of insulation used in quilting between a top layer of patchwork and a bottom layer of backing material. Batting is usually made of cotton, polyester, and/or wool. Fiber artists and hand spinners use a drum carder to make batts that they use for felting, sp...
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batting

[n] - (in baseball) the batter`s attempt to get on base
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Batting

Bat'ting noun 1. The act of one who bats; the management of a bat in playing games of ball. Mason. 2. Cotton in sheets, prepared for use in making quilts, etc.; as, cotton batting .
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batting

noun stuffing made of rolls or sheets of cotton wool or synthetic fiber
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batting

noun (baseball) the batter`s attempt to get on base
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Batting

• (n.) The act of one who bats; the management of a bat in playing games of ball. • (n.) Cotton in sheets, prepared for use in making quilts, etc.; as, cotton batting. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bat
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batting

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batting

(from the article `cricket`) A batsman may hit right-handed or left-handed. Good batting is based on a straight (i.e., vertical) bat with its full face presented to the ball, ... ...metres) wide. Two sets of three sticks, called wickets, are set in the ground at each end of the pitch. Across the top of each wicket lie ... [2 related ...
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batting

(from the article `quilting`) ...creating a quilt top, usually assembled of blocks made by cutting patches then stitching them together or by appliquéing cut-out shapes onto a ...
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Batting

[baseball] In baseball, batting is the act of facing the opposing pitcher and trying to produce offense for one`s team. A batter or hitter is a person whose turn it is to face the pitcher. The three main goals of batters are to become a baserunner, drive runners home, or advance runners along the bases for others to drive home, but the tech...
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Batting

[cricket] In the sport of cricket, batting is the act or skill of hitting the cricket ball with a cricket bat to score runs or prevent the loss of one`s wicket. A player who is currently batting is denoted as a batsman, while the act of hitting the ball is called a shot or stroke. The term specialist batsman are also used generically to des...
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Batting

Fiberfill, cotton, wool, or other material that is flattened and usually on a roll and purchased in precut lengths or by the yard. Uses of batting range from filling for placemats or vests to quilts. The British term for batting is wadding.
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Batting

Non-woven soft, bulky web of often polyester fibers that, depending on its weight/thickness is used for stuffing, quilting, shaping, and wrapping cushions/furniture.
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Batting

the act and skill of defending one's wicket and scoring runs.
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