Word: base

Category: base

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Related words: base

air force, air force base, acid, military base, base camp, home base, first base, data base, google base, base 10, clash of clans, meme base, acid base reaction, lewis base, second base, third base

Synonyms: base

sordid, ignoble, low, low-minded, mean, immoral, improper, unseemly, unscrupulous, unprincipled, dishonest, dishonorable, shameful, bad, wrong, evil, wicked, iniquitous, sinful, basal, meanspirited, baseborn, lowly, humble

Translations: base

spanish
basar, fundar, base, pedestal


german
grundlegend, grundlage, podest, grund, fundieren, ...

french
socle, adosser, assise, basez, piédestal, ...

italian
base, basare, zoccolo, piedistallo, abbietto

portuguese
basear, fundamentar

dutch
basis, grondslag, base, grond, grondvlak, ...

russian
гнусный, исходный, обосновать, предлог, основание, ...

norwegian
base, basis

swedish
nedrig, gemen

finnish
perusta, alusta, alhainen, perustaa, halveksittu, ...

danish
basis

czech
základna, falešný, podlý, základ, sprostý, ...

polish
zasądzać, nieszlachetny, podkładowy, zasada, podstawka, ...

hungarian
támaszpont, bázis, alapszó

turkish
taban, kaide, temel

greek
βάθρο, ευτελής

ukrainian
низькопробний, простої, цоколь, простий, основа

albanian
faqezi

bulgarian
основа

belarusian
нiзкi, панчоха, нага

estonian
baas, alus

croatian
nizak, podloge, nedostojan, osnovu, prost, ...

icelandic
illyrmislegur

latin
substructio

lithuanian
bazė, pagrindas, bazę, bazės, pagrindo

latvian
bāze, pamatne, bāzes, bāzi

macedonian
база, база на, основа, основата, базата

romanian
bază, baza, postament

slovenian
základna, základ, úpatí

slovak
základ, zásada

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The meaning and "use of": base

adjective
  • (of a person or a person's actions or feelings) without moral principles; ignoble.

noun
  • the lowest part or edge of something, especially the part on which it rests or is supported.
  • a conceptual structure or entity on which something draws or depends.
  • the main place where a person works or stays.
  • a main or important element or ingredient to which other things are added.
  • a substance capable of reacting with an acid to form a salt and water, or (more broadly) of accepting or neutralizing hydrogen ions.
  • the middle part of a bipolar transistor, separating the emitter from the collector.
  • the root or stem of a word or a derivative.
  • a number used as the basis of a numeration scale.
  • one of the four stations that must be reached in turn to score a run.

verb
  • have as the foundation for (something); use as a point from which (something) can develop.
  • situate as the center of operations.

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