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base
[beys]
NOUN
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the bottom support of anything; that on which a thing stands or rests: a metal base for the table.
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a fundamental principle or groundwork; foundation; basis: the base of needed reforms.
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the bottom layer or coating, as of makeup or paint.
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the principal element or ingredient of anything, considered as its fundamental part: face cream with a lanolin base; paint with a lead base.
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that from which a commencement, as of action or reckoning, is made; a starting point or point of departure.
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a starting line or point for runners, racing cars, etc.
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(in hockey and other games) the goal.
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the line or surface forming the part of a figure that is most nearly horizontal or on which it is supposed to stand.
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a thin, flexible layer of cellulose triacetate or similar material that holds the light-sensitive film emulsion and other coatings, especially on motion-picture film.
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the part of a complex word, consisting of one or more morphemes, to which derivational or inflectional affixes may be added, as want in unwanted or biolog- in biological.
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the component of a generative grammar containing the lexicon and phrase-structure rules that generate the deep structure of sentences.
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the level at which a security ceases a decline in price.
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the lower part of an escutcheon.
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a tonlet formed of two shaped steel plates assembled side by side.
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in the lower part of an escutcheon.
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Base definition, the bottom support of anything; that on which a thing stands or rests: a metal base for the table. See more.

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May 13, 2016 ... In chemistry, a base is thought of as a substance which can accept protons or any chemical compound that yields hydroxide ions (OH-) in ...

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Define base: the lower part of a wall, pier, or column considered as a separate architectural feature — base in a sentence.