Is below the sentence correct?
Mean of 'used to' shouldn't be 'past habits'. It should be passive sentence.
This table used to define batch.
I want to say : I use the table for defining batch.
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You've run into an English idiom. "Used to X" means that X happened in the past and no longer does:
I used to run five miles a day, but I don't any more.
For what you want, use (if you'll forgive the word) the passive voice:
This table is used to define batch.
Notice the presence of a form of the verb "to be" (here, "was") to form the passive.