Commonly used in the British commonwealth countries, the term "batchmate" refers to a person who was in the same "batch" as you were in school, college, a military or administrative academy; or another intensive program where people get to know their cohorts quite well. The rough American equivalent is "classmate"; however, batchmate implies a closer sense of togetherness and bonding.
"We had a get-together of our IIT batchmates at a restaurant in Manhattan"
Por Nik Dholakia 21 de agosto de 2006

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