[beɪs]     [beɪs]    
  • n. 底部;基地;基础;基数;基线;(棒球)垒;[化]碱
  • vt. 以 ... 作基础
  • adj. 卑鄙的;不道德的
basely baser basest based based basing bases



n. (名词)
  1. 基础
  2. 基地,总部,据点,根据地,大本营
  3. 盐基,碱基
  4. 底座
  5. 根据
  6. 基底
  7. 根基
  8. 出发点
  9. 来源,源泉
  10. 混合物的首要成分
  11. 基本部分
  12. 基数(如十进制的 10 和二进制的 2)
  13. 马濑(姓,日本)
adj. (形容词)
  1. 卑鄙的,卑下的,不道德的
  2. 用作基地的
  3. 贱的,劣的 ,低级的,微贱的
  4. 庶出的
  5. 私生的
  6. 不纯正的,粗俗的
  7. 【音】低音的
  8. 恶劣的
  9. 拙劣的
  10. 没有价值的
  11. 基础的
v. (动词)
  1. 以…为据点, 以...为基地
  2. 把设在,把…建立在
  3. 把...的基础放在(...)上,以...作基础,把...建立在某种基础上
  4. 以(...)作为...的根据
  5. 把...放在基座上
  6. 以...为起点
  7. 为…打基础
  8. 构成…的基部
  9. 驻扎


n. (名词)
  1. [C]基础,底座 the bottom part of sth; the part that sth stands on
  2. [C]基地,根据地 the place that you start from and go back to
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 把…建立在,以…为基础 place or establish; provide with a base or centre


  1. installation from which a military force initiates operations;

    "the attack wiped out our forward bases"

  2. lowest support of a structure;

    "it was built on a base of solid rock"
    "he stood at the foot of the tower"

  3. a place that the runner must touch before scoring;

    "he scrambled to get back to the bag"

  4. the bottom or lowest part;

    "the base of the mountain"

  5. (anatomy) the part of an organ nearest its point of attachment;

    "the base of the skull"

  6. a lower limit;

    "the government established a wage floor"

  7. the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained;

    "the whole argument rested on a basis of conjecture"

  8. a support or foundation;

    "the base of the lamp"

  9. a phosphoric ester of a nucleoside; the basic structural unit of nucleic acids (DNA or RNA)

  10. any of various water-soluble compounds capable of turning litmus blue and reacting with an acid to form a salt and water;

    "bases include oxides and hydroxides of metals and ammonia"

  11. the bottom side of a geometric figure from which the altitude can be constructed;

    "the base of the triangle"

  12. the most important or necessary part of something;

    "the basis of this drink is orange juice"

  13. (numeration system) the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place;

    "10 is the radix of the decimal system"

  14. the place where you are stationed and from which missions start and end

  15. a terrorist network intensely opposed to the United States that dispenses money and logistical support and training to a wide variety of radical Islamic terrorist groups; has cells in more than 50 countries

  16. (linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed;

    "thematic vowels are part of the stem"

  17. the stock of basic facilities and capital equipment needed for the functioning of a country or area;

    "the industrial base of Japan"

  18. the principal ingredient of a mixture;

    "glycerinated gelatin is used as a base for many ointments"
    "he told the painter that he wanted a yellow base with just a hint of green"
    "everything she cooked seemed to have rice as the base"

  19. a flat bottom on which something is intended to sit;

    "a tub should sit on its own base"

  20. (electronics) the part of a transistor that separates the emitter from the collector

  1. serving as or forming a base;

    "the painter applied a base coat followed by two finishing coats"

  2. of low birth or station (`base' is archaic in this sense);

    "baseborn wretches with dirty faces"
    "of humble (or lowly) birth"

  3. (used of metals) consisting of or alloyed with inferior metal;

    "base coins of aluminum"
    "a base metal"

  4. not adhering to ethical or moral principles;

    "base and unpatriotic motives"
    "a base, degrading way of life"
    "cheating is dishonorable"
    "they considered colonialism immoral"
    "unethical practices in handling public funds"

  5. having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality;

    "that liberal obedience without which your army would be a base rabble"
    "taking a mean advantage"
    "chok'd with ambition of the meaner sort"
    "something essentially vulgar and meanspirited in politics"

  6. illegitimate

  7. debased; not genuine;

    "an attempt to eliminate the base coinage"

  1. use as a basis for; found on;

    "base a claim on some observation"

  2. situate as a center of operations;

    "we will base this project in the new lab"

  3. use (purified cocaine) by burning it and inhaling the fumes



用作名词 (n.)
  1. I found a small leaf at the base of the flower.
  2. Our mission was over, and went back to our base.
  3. Many languages have Latin as their base.
  4. One billion new consumers will double the existing consumer base within the next decade.
  5. The base line can be set out as a single or double chain.
  6. The line spacing is the vertical distance between the base lines of two consecutive lines of text.
  7. I got two on the first base foul line.
  8. He didn't make it past first base.
  9. A base is the hydroxide of a metal.
  10. An acid reacts with a base to form salt and water.
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. This novel is based on historical facts.
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. To betray a friend is a base action.


用作名词 (n.)
  1. The Christmas tree must have a base.
  2. The lamp has a flat base.
  3. The machine rests on a wide base of steel.
  4. When dams are new, they look like heaps of sticks sloping from a broad base to a narrow top.
  5. It serves the economic base.
  6. Axioms are the base of geometry.
  7. A base of agreement was arrived at.
  8. This innovation was regarded as a sensible base for teaching and research.
  9. The base of his argument is that our price is too high.
  10. They set up three bases before climbing to the top.
  11. The general ordered his air force to destroy the enemy's naval base.
  12. The city will become an important industrial base of our country.
  13. She travels all over the world but London is her base.
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. “Where is your company based?”“It is based in Paris.”


用作动词 (v.)
base on〔upon〕 (v.+prep.)
    使建立在…基础上 build or place; use as a basis for
    base oneself/sth on〔upon〕 sth

    We must base ourselves on the interests of the people.


    Basing himself on the realities of his life, the painter successfully integrated realism and artistic exaggeration.


    I base my hopes on the news I had yesterday.


    We based our conclusion on facts.


    These criticisms are based on misunderstanding.


    Direct taxation is usually based upon income.


    This song is based on an old folk tune.


    His conclusion is based on practical experience.



用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+名词 介词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)


  • They toppled the statue of Mussolini..and inscribed a motto on its base.

  • A most base piece of flatterie.

    出自: W. Raleigh
  • A few base contemporaries no older than ourselves, but cads.

    出自: H. Belloc
  • He has thoughts and feelings and impulses which may be wise or foolish, noble or base.

    出自: B. Russell
  • Underneath the rough exterior their hearts were as base as anyone's.

    出自: J. Braine
  • Great roots based the tree-columns.

    出自: G. Macdonald



n. (名词)
  1. base的基本意思是“底座,基础”,一般指具体有形的事物的底部、基座等; 也可用来比喻理论的基础或讨论的根据等。base还可作“基地”解,多指军事或工业基地。
  2. base是可数名词,其前可加a或the,在句中可作主语或宾语。
v. (动词)
  1. base用作动词是“把…建立在,以…为基础”的意思,指人们依据一定的客观规律或自己的亲身体验而得出的一定结论。base常用于非物质结构的基础,这个基础可以是物质的,也可以是非物质的。
  2. base是及物动词,常与on连用,作“使建立在…基础上”解。常用于被动结构。
  1. base常指有形的基础,侧重指构成或支撑某一具体物体的基础,也可指军事基地或用作比喻意义。而basis常指无形的基础,主要用作抽象或引申意义;
  2. military base是指军事基地,economic basis and superstructure是指经济基础和上层建筑;
  3. base和basis的复数形式都是bases,前者读作['beisiz],后者读作['beisi:z]。


n. (名词)
base, basis, foundation
  • 这组词的共同意思是“基础”“根基”。其区别是:
  • base一般指露出地面的、具体有形的事物的底部、基座等,偶尔也可用来比喻理论的基础或讨论的根据等; 还可指军事或工业基地等。basis指无形的、非物质的基础,如基本原则、思想核心、事实根据、行为动机等。例如:
  • The report has been prepared upon an insufficient basis of facts.写这个报告所依据的事实不足。
  • foundation通常指有形的建筑物的地下基础,其所表示的“基础”一般比较坚实或更庄严,所支撑的物体要比base的体积大; 也可以表示无形的某种思想或信仰的基础。例如:
  • The workers are driving in piles to make a firm foundation.工人们在打桩,构筑牢固的地基。
  • base,basis,foundation,ground
  • 这些名词均含有“基础”之意。
  • base侧重指构成或支撑某一具体物体的基础,也可指军事基地或用作比喻意义。
  • basis主要用作抽象或引申意义。
  • foundation用于具体意义时,侧重指坚固结实的建筑物的基础或地基;用作比喻意义时,与basis基本相同。
  • ground含义与basis和foundation接近。一般指某种决定、论点或关系的基础,也可指某种原因的基础。
  • 常见错误

    v. (动词)

      My hope based on the new plan.

      I based my hope on the new plan.

      base为及物动词。因此表示“建立在…之上”或“以…为基础”时不能说base on sth,而只能用base sth on sth 的句型。


    • ☆ 15世纪初期进入英语,直接源自古法语的bas,意为深,深度;最初源自古希腊语的basis,意为台阶,基座。
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