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base1 to make or provide a base for. [1/7 definitions]
bed a supporting base or layer. [1/5 definitions]
binary pertaining to a numbering system with a base of two. [1/2 definitions]
binary system a numbering system with a base of two. In binary numbers, any number can be expressed by 1, 0, or a combination of these. The number five is written as "101" in the binary system.
broth water in which meat, fish, grain, or vegetables have been boiled. Broth is often used as a base for soup.
bug an insect with front wings that are thick at the base and thin at the tip. There are many kinds of bugs. All have mouths made for sucking, and most feed on plants. [1/6 definitions]
cannon a large gun that is set on wheels or some other base. Cannons fire heavy shells.
center field in baseball, the center area of the outfield, which extends behind second base.
chowder a thick soup in which clams, fish, or corn are added to potatoes and onions in a milk or tomato base.
cone a solid figure with a flat base in the shape of a circle and one curved face that narrows into a point. [1/3 definitions]
decimal a number in the base ten system written with a decimal point. Money amounts are written as decimals. [1/3 definitions]
derrick a machine for lifting and moving heavy loads. It has a center beam that does not move and a long arm that turns around the base. [1/2 definitions]
double a hit in baseball that allows the batter to reach second base. [2/13 definitions]
first baseman in baseball, the player whose position is at first base while the other team is batting and whose primary function is to defend that base.
foothill a lower hill near the base of a mountain or group of mountains.
footing a firm base on which one can stand, build, or grow. [1/3 definitions]
goblet a drinking glass with a stem and base, used mainly for wine.
gum2 (often plural) the flesh inside the mouth around the base of the teeth.
hit the batter's successful contact with the ball so as to reach a base in a baseball game. [1/9 definitions]
home plate a flat slab of hard rubber at which the batter stands in a baseball game. The base runner must touch home plate in order to score a run.
infinitive the simple form of a verb that has no subject and does not show past, present or future tense. It is usually formed by the word "to" followed by the base form of a verb. In the sentence, "I want to leave now," "to leave" is an infinitive.