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batch out
 v. phr.— «The cooking has almost become as addictive as the drug itself, with users swapping recipes and methods, Buffenbarger said. “It’s a high in itself for them to batch out, as they call it.”» —“Rural meth epidemic spreads into cities, suburbs” by B. Walters Kalamazoo Gazette (Mich.) June 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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