basis, (bases)

basis, (bases)
أَسَاس \ base: the bottom of anything; the part on which sth. stands: The base of a cup must be flat. basis, (bases): a fact, idea or condition on which sth. is arranged: Payment is planned on the basis of forty hours work a week. Try to keep on a friendly basis with your neighbours. bed: sth. solid that a heavy object rests on: The engine was lowered on to its bed. grounds: reason (for saying or doing sth.): You have no grounds for complaint. \ See Also أصل (أَصْل)، سبب (سَبَب)، قاعدة (قاعِدَة)‏

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