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basedadjective

uk   /beɪst/ us  
if one thing is based on another, it is developed from it: be based on sth All these new products were based on extensive market research. market-based policy decisions
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working or doing business in a particular place, or in a particular way: Where are you based? In Berlin or Frankfurt?be based in The company is based in Toronto.Tokyo-based/UK-based, etc. It's a US-based security company. You have the option of being either home-based or office-based.web-based/internet-based We are dependent on our web-based marketing activities.
(Definition of based from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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