Windows: start a file using a (non-default) shell verb like “edit” from .bat or command-line

How can I start a file with an associated non-default command (shell verb) like "edit", "print", ... from command-line or from a .bat script by using standard Windows means . (Those extra actions which you get offered on top upon right-click on a file in the Windows Explorer.) Thus getting the

How to pass in multiple file/folder paths via a right-click event (verb) to an executable?

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