Definitions of battel:
- noun: Archaic spelling of battle.
- noun: (UK, law, obsolete) A single combat.
- adjective: (obsolete) fertile; fruitful; productive
- verb: (transitive) To make fertile.
- verb: (transitive, intransitive, Britain, Oxford University) To supply with provisions from the buttery.
- verb: (intransitive, Britain, Oxford University) To stand indebted in the college-books for provisions and drink from the buttery.
- noun: (UK, Oxford University, chiefly in the plural) Fees charged by a college for accommodation and living expenses.
- noun: (UK, Oxford University, chiefly in the plural, obsolete) Provisions ordered from the kitchen and buttery.
- noun: (UK, Eton College, obsolete) A small allowance of food collegers receive from their dames (matrons) in addition to their college allowance
- verb: (intransitive, Yeshivish) To waste, especially time.
- verb: (transitive, Yeshivish) To nullify.
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