basis
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basis englanniksi
A physical base or foundation.
1695, (w), ''To the King, on the taking of Namur'', 1810, (w), (w) (biographies), ''The Works of the English Poets from Chaucer to Cowper, Volume 10'', page 271,
- Beholding rocks from their firm basis rent;Mountain on mountain thrown,With threatening hurl, that shook th' aerial firmament!
(quote-book)
A starting point, base or foundation for an argument or hypothesis.
2019, VOA Learning English (public domain)
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- I wonder if the South Korean side has any basis that its smog is from China.
An underlying condition or circumstance.
(quote-web) may now have to bring in (w) on the left and, on that basis, a certain amount of gloss was taken off a night on which (w) scored twice but barely celebrated either before leaving the pitch angrily complaining to the Slovakian referee.
A regular frequency.
(ux)
The difference between the cash price a dealer pays to a farmer for his produce and an agreed reference price, which is usually the futures price at which the given crop is trading at a exchange.
(quote)
In a space, a independent set of vectors spanning the whole vector space.
Amount paid for an investment, including commissions and other expenses.
A collection of subsets ("basis elements") of a set, such that this collection covers the set, and for any two basis elements which both contain an element of the set, there is a third basis element contained in the intersection of the first two, which also contains that element.
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basis
(l) (gloss)
base (gloss)
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(l), (l)
(syn)
(l):
in a vector space, a linearly independent set of vectors spanning the whole vector space.
the name of the controlling terminal of a bipolar transistor (BJT).
(syn) (q)
the lowest side of a in a triangle or other polygon, or the lowest face of a cone, pyramid or other polyhedron laid flat.
(l): permanent structure for housing military.
(quote-book)|volume=2.2|section=154|url=https://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.02.0012%3Atext%3DVer.%3Aactio%3D2%3Abook%3D2%3Asection%3D154|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20220203043622/https://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.02.0012%3Atext%3DVer.%3Aactio%3D2%3Abook%3D2%3Asection%3D154|archivedate=2022-02-03|text=... huic etiam Romae videmus in basi statuarum maximis litteris incisum, A COMMVNI SICILIAE DATAS.|t=... we see in his honor, even in Rome, GIVEN BY THE COMMUNITY OF SICILY carved on the base of statues in huge letters.
(quote-book)|origyear=c. 200–175 (BC)|url=http://www.latinvulgate.com/verse.aspx?t=0&b=26&c=6|archivedate=2021-07-11|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20210711154857/http://www.latinvulgate.com/verse.aspx?t=0&b=26&c=6|section=Sirach 6.30|text=... et erunt tibi conpedes in protectionem fortitudinis et bases virtutis et torques illius in stolam gloriae ...|t=... and its wisdom's fetters will become a strong protection and the foundations of virtue for you, and its chain will become a glorious robe ...
(quote-book)|text=Illud vero (ab Aristotele animadversum, a quo pleraque) quis potest non mirari: grues cum loca calidiora petentes maria transmittant, trianguli efficere formam; eius autem summo angulo aer ab is adversus pellitur, deinde sensim ab utroque latere, tamquam remis, ita pinnis cursus avium levatur; basis autem trianguli, quam efficiunt grues, ea tamquam a puppi ventis adiuvatur; eaeque in tergo praevolantium colla et capita reponunt; quod quia ipse dux facere non potest, quia non habet, ubi nitatur, revolat, ut ipse quoque quiescat; in eius locum succedit ex his, quae adquierunt, eaque vicissitudo in omni cursu conservatur.|t=Really, who can not be surprised by this (noticed by Aristotle, from whom comes most of this): that cranes, when they cross the seas looking for warmer places, make the shape of a triangle; for the air is pushed away from them by the top angle, then gradually on each side, as by oars, so the birds' course is elevated by the wings; as for the base of the triangle that cranes make, it is helped as though by winds from the stern; and they put their necks and heads in the back of those flying before them; because the leader itself cannot do this, because it doesn't have one, when it strains itself, it flies back, so that it can also rest; one of those which were resting behind it takes its place, and this changing of places is kept up for the whole journey.
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