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5 Translation results for base in Spanish

noun | verb | adjective | sustantivo | verbo

base noun

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bases
base

Example sentences of
base noun

  • The economic base of the village is tourism.
  • The army's base of attack was kept top secret until the battle began.
  • They hold the firm belief that complete trust between husband and wife is the base of any successful marriage.

Detailed synonyms for base noun

Base, basis, foundation, ground, groundwork, substructure, underpinning significan una cosa sobre la cual otra se erige, y sobre la cual se apoya.
  • Base indica un elemento subyacente que apoya o aparenta apoyar, algo material o inmaterial <the base of a column>.
    antonyms: top
  • Basis, de significado similar, se asocia muy raramente con cosas materiales y suele conllevar una implicación más clara de apoyo <used these beliefs as the basis of her argument>.
  • Foundation tiende a indicar solidez por parte de lo que subyace, y estabilidad y fijeza por parte de lo que se apoya <the theory rested on a foundation of facts>.
    antonyms: superstructure
  • Ground connota solidez y suele indicar un sustrato comparable a la tierra en su capacidad de apoyo, y en ocasiones, de justificación <argues that all these actions were grounds for dismissal>.
  • Groundwork puede aplicarse a una infraestructura pero se usa primordialmente en sentido figurado <laid the groundwork for future negotiations>.
    antonyms: superstructure
  • Substructure casi siempre indica una base física <the bridge's substructure was damaged in the crash>.
  • Underpinning puede significar una base física o no física <debating the moral underpinnings of the government's policy>.

base verb

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based, has based, is basing, bases
basar, fundamentar, establecer

Example sentences of
base verb

  • They are going to base their new company in Seattle.
  • The company has based itself in London.
  • Our tour group based itself in a hotel in the heart of the city.
  • You've based your opinion on wrong information.

base adjective

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de baja ley (dícese de un metal); vil, despreciable

Example sentences of
base adjective

  • Iron is a base metal.
  • a base and sneaky act that is a clear violation of international law

Synonyms of
base adjective

Detailed synonyms for base adjective

Base, low, vile, loathsome significan merecer desprecio por ser inferior a lo que se espera de la persona común.
  • Base recalca lo innoble y puede connotar crueldad, traición, avaricia u ordinariez <she regarded all his motives as base>.
    antonyms: noble
  • Low puede connotar astucia, maña, vulgaridad o inmoralidad e indica comúnmente un ultraje al sentido de la decencia o del decoro <refused to listen to such low talk>.
  • Vile, la más fuerte de estas palabras, tiende a connotar una depravación asquerosa u obscenidad total <a vile remark> <the vilest of crimes>.
  • Loathsome implica que causa sentimientos de odio o disgusto <loathsome behavior>.

base sustantivo

es
base, bottom; base (in baseball); basis, foundation

basar verbo

es
to base

Related phrases for base

Reverse translation for base

base  - base, bottom, base (in baseball), basis, foundation 
basar  - to base 
fundamentar  - to lay the foundations for, to support, to back up, to base, to found 
establecer  - to establish, to found, to set up 
de baja ley  (dícese de un metal)
vil  - vile, despicable 
despreciable  - despicable, contemptible, negligible 
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