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Noun
The lowest part of something, especially the part on which it rests or is supported
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“The most rudimentary method of modeling the soil is to use only springs, located at the base of the structure.”
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The lower side or face of a geometric construction
“Plunge the base of the pan into a bowl of very cold water.”
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A foundation or starting point for further work
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“The law professor expressed that the decision was a good base for political reform discussions.”
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A center of operations, organization, or supply
“Well, his firm had a base on the Old Kent Road under the name London Easylink, and its prime contract was route 185 from Lewisham.”
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A place or component that is central to something
“The small country has fashioned itself as a base for international trade.”
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A place one calls home
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“For most of the spring and early summer, Helga's base was in Scotland.”
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The distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something
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Manned artificial research satellite
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Home base
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A flat-bottomed boat used as a support for a temporary bridge
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A strong position secured by an army inside enemy territory from which to advance or attack
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Lower reach
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A game in which two teams have to chase and capture any opponents running from their home area
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A place where one performs work
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The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon
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A (usually technical) description of an event or system that is considered to be accurate
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The least or smallest amount or quantity possible, attainable, or required
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Remote station
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Caustic soda
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The tip or furthermost part of something
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The rounded portion of a ship's hull, forming a transition between the bottom and the sides
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An individual rule as part of a system of law or religious doctrine
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A section or stage of a journey or process
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The small projecting remnant of something that has been cut or broken off or worn away
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The limit or quantitative point at which an action is triggered
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To use as a basis for
“He would base his conclusions on evidence gathered through routine detective work.”
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To situate at a specified place as the center of operations
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“The new startup will base itself in San Francisco.”
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To provide an educational or philosophical foundation for
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(center on) To concentrate on (something), to pay close attention to (something)
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To start or establish
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To provide housing or accommodation for
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Adjective
Without moral principles
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“It provides enormous revenue for the unscrupulous and gratification for the irrepressible base instincts of men.”
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Characterized by wickedness or brutality
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Meager or little in amount
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Completed before need or a milestone event
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Characterized by a low level of excellence
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Displaying severe degradation and neglect
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Insignificant or worthless
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Basely or weakly fearful
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Submissive or slavish
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Farthest down
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Relating to the human body on a mortal level, as opposed to spiritually
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During a period of less use or demand than the maximum (peak), generally overnight
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Born to unmarried parents
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Innate or instinctive to a person or thing
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