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rebase

Line breaks: re¦base
Pronunciation: /riːˈbeɪs
 
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Definition of rebase in English:

verb

[with object]
Establish a new base level for (a tax level, price index, etc.): the retail price index was rebased in January 1987
More example sentences
  • During this year, the entire National Accounts have been rebased from 1993 onward which caused the delay in publishing these all important national benchmarks.
  • Attempts by the chief executive to rebase the company's share options, even as the shares sank so low as to become virtually worthless, was typical of the decoupling.
  • He rebased the finances of racing, and went out on a tremendous high by settling the dispute with the Office of Fair Trading.

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