basis 高中必修500 全国卷频次:7 教材出处:译林版必修B1U3
n. bases 0
“Small talk is the basis of good manners,” he says.
A mere hundred species are the basis of our food supply.
Remember, even world champion athletes practice their skills on a consistent basis.
on the basis of 根据；基于…
basis for 以…作基础；为…打基础
theoretical basis 理论基础
on basis of 以…为基础
basis function 基函数
on a regular basis 定期地；经常地
on a daily basis 每天（指一起共事）
design basis 设计基础
on a basis of 以…为基础
basis weight 纸张定量；基重
accrual basis 权责发生制；应计基础
cash basis [经]现金基础；现金制
dry basis 干基；折干计算
basis point [经]基点（等于0.01%）
permanent basis 平时编制
basis material 基体材料
orthogonal basis 正交基底
basis of accounting 会计基础
collection basis 回收基准；[经]征收基础
tax basis 课税基础；课税标准
基礎,根據What is the basis of your standpoint?你的觀點的根據是什麼?
(pl. bases / 5beisi:z / )
1. [sing.] the reason why people take a particular action
She was chosen for the job on the basis of her qualifications.
Some videos have been banned on the basis that they are too violent.
2. [sing.] the way things are organized or arranged
on a regular / permanent / part-time / temporary basis
on a daily / day-to-day / weekly basis
3. [C, usually sing., U] the important facts, ideas or events that support sth and that it can develop from
The basis of a good marriage is trust.
This article will form the basis for our discussion.
The theory seems to have no basis in fact.
1 [countable] the facts, ideas, or things from which something can be developed 基础；根据；基点
Their claim had no basis in fact (=it was not true).
Bread forms the basis of their daily diet.
The video will provide a basis for class discussion.
► see thesaurus at reason
2 on the basis of something because of a particular fact or situation 在某事的基础上；根据某事
discrimination on the basis of sex
3 [singular] the way that something happens, or the way that something is organized or done 定期/每天/每周等
on a regular/daily/weekly etc basis (=regularly, every day, week, etc)
I’m saving money on a regular basis.
on a voluntary/part-time/temporary etc basis 自愿性质/以兼职的形式/临时性地等
Nurses are employed on a full-time basis.
Origin basis (1500-1600) Latin Greek, “step, base”, from bainein “to go”
1.N-SING 单数名词基本原则；基本规律 If something is done on a particular basis, it is done according to that method, system, or principle.
We’re going to be meeting there on a regular basis…
The tea is prepared on a rota basis by the lady members…
They want all groups to be treated on an equal basis…
I’ve always worked on the basis that if I don’t know anything technical I shan’t be any worse off.
2.N-SING 单数名词（行事的）理由，根据 If you say that you are acting on the basis of something, you are giving that as the reason for your action.
McGregor must remain confined, on the basis of the medical reports we have received…
On the basis that recognising the problem is halfway to a solution, Mulcahy’s comments yesterday should be well received.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词基础；起点 The basis of something is its starting point or an important part of it from which it can be further developed.
Both factions have broadly agreed that the UN plan is a possible basis for negotiation.
…the subatomic particles that form the basis of nearly all matter on earth.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词依据；根据 The basis for something is a fact or argument that you can use to prove or justify it.
…Japan’s attempt to secure the legal basis to send troops overseas…
This is a common fallacy which has no basis in fact.
plural bases /ˈbeɪˌsiːz/
: something (such as an idea or set of ideas) from which another thing develops or can develop基础；要素；基点
[count] — usually singular通常用单数
This principle forms the basis [=base, foundation] of the country’s economic policies and will provide a firm basis for future development.
The actor’s letters form the basis of the biography. [=the biography is based on the actor’s letters; the most important information in the biography comes from the actor’s letters] 这个演员的传记取材自他的信件。
[noncount] These stories have very little basis [=foundation] in fact/reality. [=these stories are not based on or supported by facts/reality] 这些故事没有什么现实基础。
[noncount] : a reason for doing something根据；原因
The judge ruled that there is no legal basis [=ground] for a new trial.
The latest news at least provides some basis for hope. [=some reason to hope] 最新的消息至少给了我们有所期盼的理由。
On what basis were the students chosen/selected? [=how were the students chosen/selected?; what was considered when the students were chosen/selected?] 选拔出这些学生的依据是什么？
Students were chosen/selected on the basis of [=according to] their grades and test scores.
Our decisions are made on the basis of the available information. [=we base our decisions on the available information] 我们是根据手头上的信息做出的判断。
The company does not hire employees on the basis of their race, sex, age, or religion.
[singular] a : a fixed pattern or system for doing something固定模式；固定体系 — used with on与on连用
He visits his grandmother on a regular basis. [=regularly] 他定期看望祖母。
The company changes its Web site on a daily/weekly basis. [=every day/week] 这家公司每天/每周更改网页。
changes that occur on an hourly basis
They hired her on a trial/temporary basis.
People are seated on a first-come, first-served basis. [=the people who arrive first are given seats first] 人们就座的方式是先到先坐。
b — used to describe the way people act with each other交流方式；互动方式
The two golfers still compete on a friendly basis. [=in a friendly way] 这两个高尔夫球手仍然进行友好竞技。
— see also on a first-name basis at first name