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basis

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbeɪsɪs/ ( plural bases /ˈbeɪsiːz/)
on a daily/monthly/regular, etc basis B2 how often something happens or is done
günlük/aylık/düzenli olarak, aralıklarla
Meetings are held on a weekly basis.Being based on or depending on somethingWays of achieving things
on a commercial/full-time/percentage, etc basis B2 the way something happens or is organized
ticari/tam zamanlı/yüzde vs. esasına dayalı olarak, şeklinde, biçiminde
We will consider claims for asylum on a case by case basis.Being based on or depending on somethingWays of achieving things
REASON C1 the reason for something
dayanak, bir şeyin dayandığı nokta
Marks are awarded on the basis of progress and performance. There is no legal basis for his claim.Being based on or depending on something
DEVELOPMENT a situation, fact, or idea from which something can develop
bir gerçek veya fikrin çıkış noktası, durumu
Dani's essay can serve as a basis for our discussion.Being based on or depending on something
Translations of “basis”
in Arabic مَبادئ أساسِيّة, أساس…
in Korean 기준, 단위, 기초…
in Malaysian asas…
in French base…
in Italian base…
in Chinese (Traditional) 基礎, 基礎,根據…
in Russian основание, причина, основа…
in Polish podstawa, punkt wyjścia…
in Vietnamese nền tảng…
in Spanish base, cimientos, piedra angular…
in Portuguese base, fundamento…
in Thai รากฐาน…
in German die Grundlage…
in Catalan forma, base…
in Japanese 方法, 原則, たたき台…
in Indonesian landasan, dasar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 基础, 根据…
(Definition of basis from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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