Translation of basis in Spanish:
noun plural bases Pronunciation: / ˈbeɪsiːz /
- 1 countable or uncountable (foundation, grounds) on what basis do you make these assertions?on the basis that …¿en qué se basa usted para afirmar eso?on the basis of these factspartiendo de la base de que …sobre la base de estos hechosen base a estos hechos [criticized usage]Example sentences
- The second is that programmes can only be justified on the basis of how many people watch them.
- An order will always have to be justified on the basis of the child's welfare.
- We try to figure out what is so, reasoning on the basis of what we already know.
- 2 (system, level) (no plural) we meet on a regular/monthly basison a regional/national basisnos reunimos regularmente/mensualmentethe work is done on a voluntary basisa nivel regional/nacionalall clients are treated/charged on an equal basisel trabajo se hace voluntariamentea todos los clientes se los trata igual/se les cobra lo mismoExample sentences
- He laid the basis for modern ideas of democracy and the legitimacy of majority rule.
- You will recall that in our alternative arguments we submit two bases for a finding of the true value of the asset purchased.
- They both took issue with the logical basis of the Design argument.
- They also require evidence that these checks are carried out on a regular basis by staff at the home.
- We intend to carry out similar operations on a regular basis over the coming months.
- Visit your dentist or hygienist to have your teeth scaled and polished on a regular basis.
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