Definition of batting. 1 a : the action of one who bats. b : the use of or ability with a bat. 2 : layers or sheets of raw cotton or wool or of synthetic fibrous material used for lining quilts or for stuffing or packaging also : a blanket of thermal insulation (such as fiberglass)
bat·ting. (băt′ĭng) n. 1. The act of one who bats. 2. Cotton, wool, or synthetic fiber wadded into rolls or sheets, used for stuffing furniture and mattresses and for lining quilts. [ Sense 2, from the beating of raw cotton to clean it .]
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Hit something around, often with a baseball bat or other object, as in We batted the tennis ball around this morning. Originating in baseball, this term came to be applied to more violent action as well, as in Jerry left after being batted around by his father. [Slang; first half of 1900s] 2.
Batting definition, the act or manner of using a bat in a game of ball. See more.
batting meaning: 1. (the part of the game) when you bat (= it is your team's turn to hit the ball) in cricket: 2…. Learn more.
batting definition: 1. (the part of the game) when you bat (= it is your team's turn to hit the ball) in cricket: 2…. Learn more.
bat /bæt/ n. any of various types of club with a handle, used to hit the ball in certain sports, such as cricket, baseball, or table tennis. a flat round club with a short handle, resembling a table-tennis bat, used by a man on the ground to guide the pilot of an aircraft when taxiing. short for batsman.
The action of a person who bats, as in baseball. (sewing) Cotton, wool, silk or synthetic material used to stuff the inside of a mattress, quilt etc. The act of someone who bats. The battings of her eyelashes.