Übersetzung von “base” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

base

noun countable base /beɪs/
the bottom part
base feminine

the base of the mountain
le pied de la montagne

a statue's marble base
le socle de marbre d'une statue
a place where military employees live and work
base feminine

an army base
une base militaire
the main place of a person's or organization's activities
siège masculine

the company's base of operations
le siège des opérations de la société

I used my friend's house as a base for exploring the area.
J'ai utilisé la maison de mon ami comme pied-à-terre pour explorer la région.
people who regularly support or use sth
base feminine

our customer base
notre base de clients

the Republican base
la base républicaine
(in baseball) one of the four places a runner must touch
base feminine , fondement masculine base feminine

first/second/third base
première/deuxième/troisième base
the main part of a mixture
base feminine

a polish with an oil base
une cire à base d'huile
cover/touch all the bases
to do everything needed to complete sth
penser à tout

If we've covered all the bases, then we can go home.
Si nous avons pensé à tout, alors nous pouvons rentrer.
off base
wrong or inaccurate
à côté de la plaque spoken

The rumors are way off base.
Ces rumeurs sont complètement à côté de la plaque.

base

verb transitive base /beɪs/
to make a place be the main location of an organization's activities
baser

The company is based in Detroit.
La société est basée à Détroit.

the Florida-based charity
l'organisation caritative basée en Floride

base on/upon

verb phrasal base on/upon [ ˈbeɪs ˌɒn, ˌɔn/əˌpɒn, əˌpɔn ]
to develop an idea from a particular fact or situation
fonder sur

She based her book on her own life.
Son livre s'inspire de sa propre vie.

a theory which is based upon the writings of Thoreau
une théorie fondée sur les écrits de Thoreau

(Übersetzung von “base” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

base

noun /beis/

the foundation, support, or lowest part (of something), or the surface on which something is standing

base
the base of the statue
the base of the triangle
the base of the tree.

the main ingredient of a mixture

base
This paint has oil as a base.

a headquarters, starting-point etc

base
an army base.
baseless adjective

without foundation or reason

sans fondement
a baseless claim
a baseless accusation.

base

adjective /beis/

wicked or worthless

bas, abject
base desires.
basely adverb

bassement
baseness noun

bassesse

(Übersetzung von “base” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)