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base

美 [beɪs]
英 [beɪs]
  • n.根基;基底;底座;根据
  • adj.卑鄙的;不道德的
  • v.以…为据点(或大本营等);把(总部等)设在
  • 网络基础;基地;碱
复数:bases  现在分词:basing  过去式:based  比较级:baser  最高级:basest  
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n.
— see also
database
底部lowest part
1.
[c][ususing]
根基;基底;底座the lowest part of sth, especially the part or surface on which it rests or stands
the base of a column/glass
柱基;玻璃杯底座
a pain at the base of the spine
脊柱末端的疼痛
The lamp has a heavy base.
这盏灯的底座很沉。
根源思想╱状况original idea/situation
2.
[c]
根据;出发点an idea, a fact, a situation, etc. from which sth is developed
She used her family's history as a base for her novel.
她以她的家族史作为小说的素材。
His arguments have a sound economic base.
他的论点有充分的经济上的根据。
支持;收入;力量of support/income/power
3.
[c][ususing]
(支持、收入、力量等的)来源,源泉,基础the people, activity, etc. from which sb/sth gets most of their support, income, power, etc.
These policies have a broad base of support.
这些政策得到广泛支持。
an economy with a solid manufacturing base
以制造业为坚实基础的经济体
4.
~ pay/salary/wage
基本工资the pay that you get before anything extra is added
All we got was base pay─we didn't reach profitability levels to award a bonus.
我们只拿到了基本工资,因为没有达到可发奖金的盈利水平。
首要╱主要材料first/main substance
5.
[c][ususing]
混合物的首要(或主要)成分the first or main part of a substance to which other things are added
a drink with a rum base
主要成分为朗姆酒的饮料
Put some moisturizer on as a base before applying your make-up.
化妆前先搽些润肤霜打底。
主要地方main place
6.
[c]
据点;总部;大本营the main place where you live or stay or where a business operates from
I spend a lot of time in Britain but Paris is still my base.
我有很多时间在英国度过,但主要还是居住在巴黎。
The town is an ideal base for touring the area.
这个镇子是在这一地区旅游观光的理想据点。
The company has its base in New York, and branch offices all over the world.
公司总部设在纽约,分支遍及全世界。
陆军、海军等of army, navy, etc.
7.
[c][u]
基地a place where an army, a navy, etc. operates from
a military/naval base
军事╱海军基地
an air base
空军基地
After the attack, they returned to base.
他们发动攻击之后返回了基地。
化学chemistry
8.
[c]
a chemical substance, for example an alkali , that can combine with an acid to form a salt
数学mathematics
9.
[c][ususing]
基数(如十进制的 10 和二进制的 2)a number on which a system of counting and expressing numbers is built up, for example 10 in the decimal system and 2 in the binary system
棒球;圆场棒球in baseball/rounders
10.
[c]
one of the four positions that a player must reach in order to score points
IDM
If that's what you think, you're way off base.
你如果那么想就全错了。
off base
(informal)
完全错误completely wrong about sth
If that's what you think, you're way off base.
你如果那么想就全错了。
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sb/sth/yourself in…
以…为据点(或大本营等);把(总部等)设在to use a particular city, town, etc. as the main place for a business, holiday/vacation, etc.
They decided to base the new company in York.
他们决定将新成立的公司总部设在约克。
We're going to base ourselves in Tokyo and make trips from there.
我们将以东京为据点到各地旅行。
adj.
1.
卑鄙的;不道德的not having moral principles or rules
He acted from base motives.
他的行动动机卑鄙。

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