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bat in Cricket topic

batbat2 verb (batted, batting)  1 [intransitive, transitive]DSCDSB to hit the ball with a bat in cricket or baseball2 not bat an eye/eyelid3 bat your eyes/eyelashes4 go to bat for somebody5 be batting a thousand bat something ↔ around→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
batHe batted 205 minutes in the second innings, making 65 not out.I noticed that she blinked a lot and, at times, seemed to be trying to bat away the dust.In a tight match at Christleton visitors Oakmere batted first and set a total of 165 for five, Paul Matthews 66.Laxman batted for 12 hours in two innings over three days here, and naturally was man of the match.After the hearing you return to the gallery to bat out a quick story.