Bases synonyms

bā'sēz'

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To establish the foundation or basis of; base:
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(Electricity) To connect (an electric circuit) to a ground.
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To appoint or adopt, as officers, laws, regulations, guidelines, etc.; to enact; to ordain.
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To support from below with props or masonry.
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To dig in the ground, as with the snout
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To base; ground
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To base or establish (a statement or action, for example):
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To establish a basis for; found or ground:
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A pattern or schedule for proceeding:
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Alkali metal.
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(Mathematics) The base of a system of numbers, such as 2 in the binary system and 10 in the decimal system.
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(--- Baseball) Home plate.
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A lower limit or base:
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The definition of a stem is the main stalk of a plant.
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Foot soldiers; infantry.
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(Law) A witness stand.
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A columnlike stand for displaying a piece of sculpture or other decorative article
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A sac in animal bodies, containing some fluid or other substance.
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The far end or part:
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The act of supporting:
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(Football) The act of sacking a passer
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(--- Sports) Any of the four angles of a boxing or wrestling ring where the ropes are joined.
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160 of a minute of angular measurement
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A long dowel or plank protruding from the ground; a fence post; a light post
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Service and food for one person at a meal:
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A post-office subdivision in a community with a main post office
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(Often used in plural) A boundary, the border which one must cross in order to enter or leave a territory.
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A stone or post used to indicate position and guide travellers. [from 14th c.]
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Authority is defined as a person who is considered an expert in his field.
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(Computing) In COBOL, the description of an unnamed part of a record that contains no data relevant to a given context.
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A reactor core.
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Something, such as a chair or bench, that may be sat on:
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A sheltered expanse of water, adjacent to land, in which ships may dock or anchor, especially for loading and unloading.
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A platform at which trucks or freight cars are loaded and unloaded
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(Geometry) The point in the interior of any figure of any number of dimensions that has as its coordinates the arithmetic mean of the coordinates of all points on the perimeter of the figure (of all points in the interior for a center of volume).
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A long, rectangular or cylindrical unfinished bar of iron or steel, usually smaller than c. 232 sq cm (c. 36 sq in) in cross section
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A permanent military post.
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An opening or doorway in the side of a ship, especially for boarding or loading; an embrasure through which a cannon may be discharged; a porthole.
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(Fencing) The fencing area, roughly 14 meters by 2 meters.
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A military area away from the post or headquarters
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A place in the country that offers simple group accommodations and organized recreation or instruction, as for vacationing children:
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(Zool.) The ground or other solid material on which an animal moves or is fastened
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A cause or motive
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Anything serving or tending to establish the truth of something, or to convince one of its truth; conclusive evidence
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(Usually in the plural, law) Matters previously stated or set forth; especially, that part in the beginning of a deed, the office of which is to express the grantor and grantee, and the land or thing granted or conveyed, and all that precedes the habendum; the thing demised or granted.
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Courage; resolution; fortitude:
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The source of, or reason for, an event or action; that which produces or effects a result.
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An organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells (all cells except prokaryotes) that contains nearly all the cell's DNA and controls its metabolism, growth, and reproduction. The nucleus is surrounded by a pair of membranes called the nuclear envelope , which can be continuous in places with the membranes of the endoplasmic reticulum. The membranes of the nuclear envelope have interconnected pores that allow the exchange of substances with the cell's cytoplasm. The nuclear DNA is wrapped around proteins (called histones) in strands of chromatin , which exists in a matrix known as nucleoplasm (analogous to the cytoplasm outside the nucleus). Just prior to cell division, the chromatin condenses into individual chromosomes, which contain the cell's hereditary information. The nucleus also contains at least one spherical nucleolus , which mainly contains RNA and proteins and directs the construction of the cell's ribosomes.
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The definition of a nexus is a link or connection between individuals or individual elements.
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The definition of crux is the central point of something, or is something that seems impossible to solve.
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An order in writing from a competent authority instructing that a certain act be carried out.
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Measures adopted by a government to prevent espionage, sabotage, or attack.
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Facts or figures to be processed; evidence, records, statistics, etc. from which conclusions can be inferred; information
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Facts or observations presented in support of an assertion.
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The definition of a postulate is something accepted as truth and used as the basis for an argument or theory.
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A person, book, document, etc. that provides information
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(Geometry) A point, line, or superficies that limits.
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Position relative to that of others; standing:
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An indispensable and fundamental basis:
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the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained
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The seats so provided or furnished:
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(Mathematics) The root of a quantity as indicated by the radical sign.
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(Linguistics) A stem.
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The definition of infrastructure is the basic facilities and installations that help a government or community run, including roads, schools, phone lines, sewage treatment plants and power generation.
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A part or structure acting as a support, base, or foundation
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(Architecture, engineering) The thickened or sloping portion of a wall, or of an embankment at its foot; foundation.
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(Software engineering, jargon) in software projects under source control: the most current source tree, from which the latest unstable builds (so-called ""trunk builds"") are compiled.
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Any flat surface used as a foundation or support, as the earth, gravel, etc. under the rails and ties of a railroad
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A wicked or sinful thing or act; morally bad or objectionable behaviour.
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Arrest of development, or degeneration of any organ, or of the body as a whole.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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The first day of a month
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The score awarded for such an act.
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The definition of a principle is a basic truth or the source or origin of something or someone.
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The main office or center of control in any organization
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A railroad or bus station: originally used of a freight station
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In telecommunications, the apparatus to send and/or receive signals on a line, such as a telephone or network device.
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The definition of a hangar is a large area where aircrafts are repaired or stored.
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The definition of an airport is a place where airplanes take off and land that has all the services and buildings needed to take care of the airplanes, passengers, and cargo.
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The definition of an installation is the act of putting something in, a device that stays in one place, a military base, or an art piece that often involves building and different types of materials.
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A whole composed of interconnected or interwoven parts:
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(Biol.) An incompletely developed organ or part; specif., a vestigial organ or part with no functional activity; vestige
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A principle, theory, law, etc. serving as a basis; essential part
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A basic or underlying element; infrastructure:
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Motive is defined as a reason for doing something.
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Such an extract in a solution of alcohol.
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(Philosophy) A seemingly self-evident or necessary truth which is based on assumption; a principle or proposition which cannot actually be proved or disproved.
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A preceding occurrence, cause, or event.
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Those giving such support
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The act of taking for granted, or supposing a thing without proof; a supposition; an unwarrantable claim.
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Information which will help to explain something
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The act or process of explaining:
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An area of specialized skill or knowledge, especially academic or vocational, that is related to but separate from other areas:
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(Countable) A peak; the top of a mountain.
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The pointed end; tip
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The highest position or rank:
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A suitable setting or occasion:
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