Hindi translation of 'basis'
basis /ˈbeɪsɪs ˈबेइसिस्/
Word forms: bases /ˈbeɪsiːz ˈबेइसीज़्/
2. countable noun
1. countable noun
The basis of something is the central and most important part of it, from which it can be developed.
They hope they will reach the basis for an agreement by May.
2. countable noun
The basis for something is the thing that provides a reason for it.
The idea has its basis in fact.
If something happens or is done on a particular basis, it happens or is done in that way.
(के) आधार पर
के रूप में
We're going to meet there on a regular basis.
They work on a voluntary basis.
on a particular basis
on a regular/individual/equal basis
on a part-time/voluntary/temporary basis
on a daily/weekly/monthly/permanent basis
a case-by-case/day-to-day/pro rata basis
a first-come-first-served/need-to-know basis
SIMILAR WORDSmethod, system, footing, principle
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Example Sentences Including 'basis'
Sinclair said: `On the basis of what you say, the U-boat captain was indeed the wrong man for the job.San Andreas
Which partly explains why, out of some misguided notion of loyalty, we continued to employ Marshall on an informal, part-time basis.CHAMELEON (2002)
Maybe we could do something on a commission basis for him like those ambulance-chasing lawyers do.BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
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'basis' in Other Languages
- Arabic: أَسَاس
- Brazilian Portuguese: base
- Chinese: 基础
- Croatian: na osnovi
- Czech: základ
- Danish: grundlag
- Dutch: basis
- European Spanish: forma fundamento
- Finnish: perusta
- French: base
- German: Grundlage
- Greek: βάση
- Italian: base
- Japanese: 基礎
- Korean: 토대
- Norwegian: grunnlag
- Polish: podstawa punkt wyjścia
- Portuguese: base
- Romanian: cu frecvență
- Russian: базис
- Spanish: base
- Swedish: bas grund
- Thai: รากฐาน
- Turkish: ana fikir
- Ukrainian: основа
- Vietnamese: cơ sở nền tảng
Translation of basis from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary