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base

noun [C]
 
 
/beɪs/
BOTTOM B2 the bottom part of something, or the part something rests on
temel, taban, kaide
I felt a sharp pain at the base of my thumb.Under and below
MAIN PART the most important part of something, from which other things can develop
esas, temel, asıl
a solid economic baseImportant and essential thingsInformation and messagesBeing based on or depending on something
PLACE B2 the main place where a person lives or works, or from where they do things
çalışma ve yaşama alanı, yeri
Keswick is an excellent base for exploring the Lake District.Places and locationsUnpleasant places
ARMY B2 a place where people in the army or navy live and work
üs, askeri üs
an American Air Force basePlaces involved in military activityThe armed forces generally
ORGANIZATION the place where the main work of an organization is done
ana karargâh, ana merkez
The company's European base is in Frankfurt.Businesses and enterprises
SUBSTANCE the main substance in a mixture
karışımın ana hammadesi
paints with an oil baseImportant and essential thingsInformation and messages
BASEBALL one of the four places in baseball that a player must run to in order to win a point
beyzbolda bir oyuncunun mutlaka ulaşması gereken noktalardan biri
Baseball and roundersGeneral terms used in ball sports
CHEMISTRY a chemical substance with a pH (= measure of how acid something is)of more than 7Types of chemicalSpecific chemicals, chemical compounds and gasesSubstances and structures in the body
MATHS a number that is used as the most important unit in a system of counting: The binary system of counting uses base 2.Numbers generally
(Definition of base noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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