Homophones for bach, bache, batch

bach / bache / batch [bætʃ]

bach – n. – informal – short for bachelor; New Zealand – a small house or weekend cottage; v. tr. informal – to live as a bachelor

bache – n. – 1. a small stream’s valley, now used chiefly in place names; 2. a geologic trough, depression

batch – n. – 1. a number of things or persons forming a group or dealt with together; 2. an installment; 3. a uantitiy produced by one operation or the amount of material necessary for this; 4. (attrib.) using or dealt with in batches – not as a continuous flow; 5. computing – a group of records processed as a single unit; v. tr. – ararnge or deal with in batches