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Translation of "basis" - English-Spanish dictionary

basis

noun   /ˈbeɪ·sɪs/ ( plural bases /ˈbeɪ·siːz/)
a way or method of doing something forma Most of the staff here work on a voluntary basis. We are living here on a temporary basis.
on a daily/monthly/regular basis
how often something is done diariamente/mensualmente/regularmente Meetings are held on a weekly basis.
a situation or idea from which something can develop base Dani’s essay can serve as a basis for our discussion.
(Definition of basis from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

basis

noun /ˈbeisis/ ( plural bases /-siːz/)
that on which a thing rests or is founded base, cimientos, piedra angular This idea is the basis of my argument.
(Definition of basis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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