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Basislager Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Basislager {n}
Basislager {pl}
base camp
base camps
Basislager {n}
Basislager {pl}
base camp
base camps
Basic {n} [comp.]
Basic
BASIC
basic
BASICA
basica
BASICdemos
basicdemos
auf Beweismitteln basieren
rest on evidence
basieren {vi}, sich stützen {vr}, beruhen {vi} (auf)
basierend, sich stützend
basiert, sich gestützt
basiert, stützt sich
basierte, stützte sich
to rest (upon)
resting
rested
rests
rested
auf etw. basieren
to be premised on sth.
beruhen auf, basieren auf
beruhend auf, basierend auf
es beruht, es basiert auf
to be based on
being based on
it is based on
stützen, beruhen, basieren, gründen, aufbauen (auf)
stützend, beruhend, basierend, gründend, aufbauend
gestützt, beruht, basiert, gegründet, aufgebaut
sich stützen auf
to base (on)
basing
based
to base oneself on
stuetzen, beruhen, basieren auf
base on
basieren
rest upon
basieren
base on
Beweismaterial {n}; Beweisstück {n}; Beweismittel {n}
belastendes Beweismaterial
auf Beweismitteln basieren
evidence; piece of evidence
incriminating evidence
to rest on evidence
basieren {vi}; sich stützen {vr}; beruhen; ruhen {vi} (auf)
basierend; sich stützend
basiert; sich gestützt
basiert; stützt sich
basierte; stützte sich
to rest (upon; on)
resting
rested
rests
rested
auf etw. basieren; auf etw. beruhen
to be premised on sth.
beruhen auf; basieren auf {vi}
beruhend auf; basierend auf
es beruht; es basiert auf
Wovon gehst du bei deiner Theorie aus?
Diese These geht von einer falschen Voraussetzung aus.
to be based on
being based on
it is based on
What are you basing your theory on?
This thesis is based on a wrong assumption.
stützen; beruhen; basieren; gründen; aufbauen {vt} (auf)
stützend; beruhend; basierend; gründend; aufbauend
gestützt; beruht; basiert; gegründet; aufgebaut
sich stützen auf
to base (on)
basing
based
to base oneself on
anhand von, basierend auf
on the basis of, based on
duodezimal (auf 12 basierend)
duodecimal
oktal (auf der Zahl 8 basierend) {adj}
octal
Dichotomie, auf dem Wert 2 basierend
dichotomy
oktal (auf der Zahl 8 basierend)
octal
ausruhend, basierend
resting
basierend
resting
basierend
resting upon
anhand von; basierend auf
on the basis of; based on
duodezimal {adj} (auf 12 basierend)
duodecimal
Stadtcoupé {n}; Coupé (zweiachsige Pferdekutsche)
eine spezielle Karosseriebauart basierend auf der Bauweise der gleichnamigen Kutsche
brougham
brougham
Schätzung {f}, Annahme {f}
Schätzungen {pl}, Annahmen {pl}
eine vage Schätzung
vorläufige Schätzung
Expertenschätzung {f}, auf Erfahrung basierende Annahme
estimate, guess
guesses
a long guess
preliminary estimate
educated guess
Schätzung {f}; Annahme {f}
Schätzungen {pl}; Annahmen {pl}
eine vage Schätzung
vorläufige Schätzung
Expertenschätzung {f}; auf Erfahrung basierende Annahme
estimate; guess
guesses
a long guess
preliminary estimate
educated guess
Web-basiert, WWW-basiert {adj}
web based
basiert auf
based on
basiert
rests upon
basiert auf einer Jahresabnahmemenge von
based on an annual order of
Web-basiert; WWW-basiert {adj}
web based
internetbasiert; IP-basiert {adj}; über im Internet (nachgestellt) [telco.] [comp.]
IP-basiertes Multimedianetz
Internet based; IP based
IP-based multimedia network
wissenschaftlich {adj}
wissenschaftlicher
am wissenschaftlichsten
wissenschaftlich begründet; wissenschaftlich basiert
scientific
more scientific
most scientific
science-based
Wiki {n}, Web-basierte Kooperationsplattform [comp.]
wiki, wiki wiki web
basierte auf
based on
XML-basiertes Format für Push-Technologie im WWW
CDF : Channel Definition Format
XML-basiertes Format für Push-Technologie im WWW
Channel Definition Format CDF
Basilar...
basilar {adj}
Basilienkräuter {pl} [cook.]
basils
Basilienkraeuter
basils
Basilienkraut
basil
Basilika {f}
Basiliken {pl}
basilica
basilicas
Basilika
basilica
Basilikata {n} [geogr.] (Region in Italien)
Basilicata (Italian region)
Basiliken
basilicas
Basilikum {n} [bot.] [cook.]
basil
Basilikum
basil
auf andere Weise; anderweitig; in sonstiger Weise; sonstwie [ugs.] {adv}
wenn du nichts anderes vorhast
soferne nichts anderes vereinbart ist
sofern nichts anderes festgelegt ist
vorbehaltlich anderweitiger Regelung
Diese Erzeugnisse müssen etikettiert oder anderweitig kenntlich gemacht werden.
Kann ich frisches Basilikum einfrieren oder sonstwie haltbar machen?
otherwise
unless you are otherwise engaged
unless otherwise agreed
unless otherwise specified
except as otherwise provided
Those products must be labelled or otherwise identified.
Can I freeze or otherwise preserve fresh basil?
Basilikumrahmsauce {f} [cook.]
basil cream sauce
Basilisken {pl} (Basiliscus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Stirnlappenbasilisk {m}; Jesusechse (Basiliscus plumifrons)
basilisks (zoological genus)
plumed basilisk; green basilisk; double crested basilisk; Jesus Christ lizard
Basilisk {m}
Basilisken {pl}
basilisk
basilisks
geflügelter Basilisk {m} (Mythologie)
geflügelte Basilisken {pl}
cockatrice (mythology)
cockatrices
Schale {f}, Schüssel {f}, Basin {n}
Schalen {pl}, Schüsseln {pl}, Basins {pl}
basin
basins
Schale {f}; Schüssel {f}; Basin {n}
Schalen {pl}; Schüsseln {pl}; Basins {pl}
basin
basins
Basis, Grundlage
base
genossenschaftliche Basis
cooperative basis
genossenschaftliche Basis
mutual basis
Grundlage, Basis
basis
grundlos, ohne Basis
baseless
Basis {f}, Unterlage {f}, Unterbau {m}, Stützpunkt {m}
Basen {pl}, Unterbauten {pl}
base
bases
Basis {f}, Grundzahl {f} [math.]
zulässige Basis
basis
admissible basis
gemeinsame Basis {f}
eine gemeinsame Basis finden (mit jdm.)
common ground
to find common ground (with sb.)
Basis {f} [pol.]
the grass roots
Basis-Inflationsrate {f} [fin.]
underlying rate of inflation
Grundlage {f}, Basis {f}
footing
Quinärzahl {f} (Zahlensystem auf der Basis 5)
quinary number
Sockel {m}, Basis {f}
base
auf partnerschaftlicher Basis
on a joint basis, on a basis of (mutual trust and) cooperation
sedezimal {adj} (auf Basis 16)
sedecimal
zulaessige Basis
admissible basis
Basis
base
Basis, Unterlage, Stuetzpunkt, Grundzahl
base
Basis
basis
Basis
foot
Basis, Fuss
foot
Basis(adress)register
memory pointer
Quinaerzahl (Zahlensystem auf der Basis 5)
quinary number
sedezimal (auf Basis 16)
sedecimal
wissenschaftliche Basis
scientific basis
die Basis {f}; das Fußvolk {n} (einer Organisation) [adm.]
an der Basis; beim Fußvolk; in der Fläche
the rank and file; the grass roots (of an organisation)
on the ground; in the ranks; at grass roots (level); in the field
Basis...; an der Basis (nachgestellt) [soc.]
grassroots
Grund...; Basis...
Grundgehalt {n}
basic; base [Am.]
basic salary; base salary [Am.]
Grundlage {f}; Basis {f}
footing
Grundlinie {f}; Basislinie {f}; Basis {f}
Grundlinien {pl}; Basislinien {pl}
gerade Basislinie
normale Basislinie
Basislinie um einen Archipel
base line; baseline
base lines
straight baseline
normal baseline
archipelagic baseline
Grundzahl {f}; Basis {f} (eines Zahlensystems) [math.]
zulässige Basis
base (of a numeral system)
admissible basis
Logarithmus {m} [math.]
natürlicher Logarithmus
Logarithmus dualis
der Logarithmus zur Basis b von a Log b von a
logarithm
natural logarithm
binary logarithm
the logarithm to (the) base b of a log b of a
Quinärzahl {f} (Zahlensystem auf der Basis 5)
Quinärzahlen {pl}
quinary number
quinary numbers
gemeinsame Grundlage Basis Position {f}; gemeinsamer Nenner (für etw.)
einen gemeinsamen Nenner finden
eine gemeinsame Basis finden (mit jdm.)
Es ist Gemeingut dass ... [geh.]
Jäger und Umweltschützer haben in ihrer Ablehnung des neuen Gesetzes zu einer gemeinsamen Position gefunden.
common ground (on which to base sth.)
to find some common ground
to find common ground (with sb.)
It is common ground that ...
Hunters and environmentalists found common ground in their opposition to the new law.
auf rein geschäftlicher Basis [econ.]
mit jdm. auf rein geschäftlicher Basis verhandeln
Verkauf zwischen rechtlich selbständigen Partnern
ein Unternehmen das rechtlich selbständig handelt
Die Niederlassung wird so behandelt als sei sie ein selbständiges Unternehmen das dem Stammhaus wie einem Dritten gegenübertritt.
at arm's length
to deal at arm's length with sb.
sale at arm's length
an enterprise dealing at arm's length
The branch is treated as if it were a separate enterprise dealing at arm's length with its home office.
auf partnerschaftlicher Basis
on a joint basis; on a basis of (mutual trust and) cooperation
Grundlage {f}; Basis {f}
bedrock
Adressierung {f}, Adressieren {n} [comp.]
abgekürzte Adressierung
absolute Adressierung
direkte Adressierung
indirekte Adressierung
indizierte Adressierung
relative Adressierung
unmittelbare Adressierung
virtuelle Adressierung
Adressierung über Basisadresse
addressing
abbreviated addressing
absolute addressing
direct addressing
indirect addressing
indexed addressing
relative addressing
immediate addressing
virtual addressing
base displacement addressing
Basisadresse {f} [comp.]
base address
Basisadresse {f} [comp.]
basicaddress
Basisadresse
base adress
Basisadresse
basicaddress
Adressierung {f}; Adressieren {n} [comp.]
abgekürzte Adressierung
absolute Adressierung
direkte Adressierung
indirekte Adressierung
indizierte Adressierung
relative Adressierung
symbolisches Adressieren
unmittelbare Adressierung
virtuelle Adressierung
Adressierung über Basisadresse
addressing
abbreviated addressing
absolute addressing
direct addressing
indirect addressing
indexed addressing
relative addressing
symbolic addressing
immediate addressing; literal addressing
virtual addressing
base displacement addressing
Basisadressierung {f} [comp.]
base addressing
Basisadressierung
base adressing
Basisregister {n}, Basisadressregister {n} [comp.]
memory pointer
Basisregister {n}; Basisadressregister {n} [comp.]
memory pointer
Basisadressverschiebung {f} [comp.]
base relocation
Basisadressverschiebung
base relocation
Grundlagenarbeit {f}; Basisarbeit {f}; Vorarbeit {f} (für etw.)
legwork (for sth.)
Grundausführung {f}, Basisausführung {f}
basic model
Grundausführung {f}; Basisausführung {f}
Grundausführungen {pl}; Basisausführungen {pl}
basic model
basic models
Basisbahnwiderstand {m} (Halbleiter)
extrinsic base resistance (semiconductors)
Basisband {n}
baseband
Basisband
baseband
als Basisbewegung getarnte Kampagne {f} [pol.]
astroturfing
Basisblech {n}; Grundblech {n} [techn.]
base sheet
basisch {adj} [chem.]
basic, alkaline
basisch {adj} [chem.]
basic; alkaline
Beschaffenheit {f}
basische Beschaffenheit
felsige Beschaffenheit
kiesige Beschaffenheit
körnige Beschaffenheit
sumpfige Beschaffenheit
tauartige Beschaffenheit
condition; state; constitution; quality
basicity
cragginess
grittiness
granularity
marshiness; bogginess; swampiness
ropiness (of lava)
Lenicet; basisches Aluminiumacetat {f} [chem.]
printer's acetate
Mineral {n}
Mineralien {pl}
arm an Mineralien
alkalisches Mineral
amorphes Mineral
basisches Mineral
detritisches Mineral
eingesprengtes Mineral
erdiges Mineral
farbiges Mineral
felsisches Mineral
festes Mineral
gefärbtes Mineral
gesteinsbildendes Mineral
nutzbares Mineral
primäres Mineral
spatiges Mineral
wachsartiges Mineral
mineral
minerals
poor in minerals
leach mineral
gel mineral
mafic mineral; melane
detrital mineral
interspersed mineral
earthy mineral
idiochromatic mineral
felsic mineral
hard mineral
allochromatic mineral
rock-forming mineral
economic mineral; industrial mineral; useful mineral
origin mineral
tiff
waxy mineral
Schiefendfläche {f}; basisches Pinakoid {n}; Basispinakoid {n} (Kristall) [min.]
basal pinacoid (crystal)
Basisdemokratie {f} [pol.]
grass-roots democracy, grassroots democracy
Basisdemokratie {f} [pol.]
grass-roots democracy; grassroots democracy
Basisdotierung {f}
base doping
Basisdotierung
base doping
Grundeinheit {f}; Basiseinheit {f} [math.] [phys.]
Grundeinheiten {pl}; Basiseinheiten {pl}
fundamental unit; fundamental; base unit; absolute unit
fundamental units; fundamentals; base units; absolute units
Basiserwachsenenbildung {f}
adult basic education
Basisfläche (Grundfläche) {f}
footpoint
Basisflaeche(Grundflaeche)
footpoint
Basisfläche (Grundfläche) {f}
footprint
Basisfläche {f}
Basisflächen {pl}
basal face
basal faces
Basisfunktion {f} [math.]
Basisfunktionen {pl}
basis function
basis functions
Basisgeldmenge {f} [fin.]
high-powered money
Grundgerät {n}, Basisgerät {n}
Grundgeräte {pl}, Basisgeräte {pl}
basic unit
basic units
Grundgerät {n}; Basisgerät {n}
Grundgeräte {pl}; Basisgeräte {pl}
basic unit
basic units
Basisglas {n} [chem.]
basic glass
Basisgröße {f} [math.] [phys.]
Basisgrößen {pl}
basic quantity; base quantity
basic quantities; base quantities
Basisgummi {m}
undertread
Basisgummi {m} (Reifen)
undertread
Basisimpfung {f} [med.]
primary vaccination
Basisimpfung {f} [med.]
Basisimpfungen {pl}
primary vaccination
primary vaccinations
Basisinstrument {n}
Basisinstrumente {pl}
underlying asset
underlying assets
Basispapier {n}; Basisinstrument {n}; Basiswert {n}; Bezugswert {n}; (eines Wertpapiers) [fin.]
underlying asset; underlying (of a security)
Basisjahr
base year
Basisjahr {n}
Basisjahre {pl}
base year
base years
Basiskanal {m} [telco.]
Basiskanäle {pl}
basic channel
basic channels
Basiskomplement {n}
radix complement
Basiskomplement
radix complement
Basiskomplement {n}
Basiskomplemente {pl}
radix complement
radix complements
Basiskomponente {f} [techn.]
Basiskomponenten {pl}
basic component
basic components
Basiskonsumgüter {pl}; nicht-zyklische Konsumgüter
consumer staples
Nicht-Basiskonsumgüteri {pl}; Luxusgüter {pl}
consumer discretionary
Basiskurve {f} (Optik)
base curve BK
Basiskurvenradius {m} (Optik)
base curve radius BKR
Basislager {n}
Basislager {pl}
base camp
base camps
Basislegierung {f} [chem.] [techn.]
Basislegierungen {pl}
basic alloy
basic alloys
Gewässer {n}
Gewässer {pl}
Gewässer {pl} (im Binnenland)
Gewässer {pl} (im Meer)
innere Gewässer [pol.]
Verunreinigung eines Gewässers
landwärts der Basislinie des Küstenmeers gelegene Gewässer
body of water
bodies of water
lakes and rivers
waters
internal waters
pollution of a body of water
waters on the landward side of the baseline of the territorial sea
Basismaterial {n}
basis material
Basismiete {f}
Basismieten {pl}
base rent
base rents
Basisnetz {n} [telco.]
Basisnetze {pl}
basic network
basic networks
Zusammenschaltungsdienst {m} [telco.]
Zusammenschaltungsdienste {pl}
Zusammenschaltungsdienste im Basisnetz
interconnection service
interconnection services
interconnection services in the basic network
Basisobjekt {n}; Bezugsobjekt {n} [fin.] [jur.]
Basisobjekte {pl}; Bezugsobjekte {pl}
underlying instrument; underlying asset
underlying instruments; underlying assets
Basispatent {n}
Basispatente {pl}
basic patent
basic patents
Basisplatte {f}
Basisplatten {pl}
ground plate
ground plates
Ausübungspreis {m}, Basispreis {m}
exercise price, strike price, striking price
Ausübungspreis {m}; Basispreis {m}
exercise price; strike price; striking price
Basisreegister
baseregister
Basisregister {n} [comp.]
Basisregister {pl}
base register
base registers
Basisregister
base register
Basisrohstoff {m}
Basisrohstoffe {pl}
basic raw material
basic raw materials
Basissatz {m}
Basissätze {pl}
base rate
base rates
Basissoftware {f} [comp.] [techn.]
basic software
Basisspannung {f} [electr.]
Basisspannungen {pl}
base voltage
base voltages
Basisspannung
basevoltage
Basisspitzenspannung {f} [electr.]
Basisspitzenspannungen {pl}
peak voltage
peak voltages
Basisspitzenspannung
peakvoltage
Basisspitzenstrom {m}
Basisspitzenströme {pl}
peak current
peak currents
Basisspitzenstrom
peakcurrent
Basisstation {f}
Basisstationen {pl}
base station
base stations
Basisstationssender {m} [electr.] [techn.]
Basisstationssender {pl}
base transceiver station
base transceiver stations
Basissystem {n} [techn.]
Basissysteme {pl}
basic system
basic systems
Basistechnologie {f}
Basistechnologien {pl}
enabling technology
enabling technologies
unerschöpflich unbegrenzt {adj}
der unerschöpfliche Informationsbestand den das Internet bereitstellt
ein Fass ohne Boden [pej.]
Der Brenner-Basistunnel ist für den Steuerzahler ein Fass ohne Boden.
Infolge der Ausbreitung der Wüste sind die landwirtschaftlichen Produktionskosten ins Astronomische gestiegen.
eine unerschöpfliche Geldquelle
Der Staat verfügt nicht über unbegrenzte Mittel.
bottomless
the bottomless well of information available through the Internet
a bottomless pit for sth.
The Brenner base tunnel is a bottomless pit for taxpayers' money.
The desertification has opened up a bottomless pit of agricultural production costs.
a bottomless pit of money
The government does not have a bottomless pit of money to spend.
Basisvariable {f} [math.]
Basisvariablen {pl}
basis variable
basis variables
Basisvektor {m} [math.]
Basisvektoren {pl}
basis vector
basis vectors
Basisversion {f}
base version
Basisversion {f}; Einstiegsversion {f}
entry-level version
Basiswahrscheinlichkeitszuweisung {f}
basic probability assignment
Basiswiderstand {m}
Basiswiderstände {pl}
base resistance
base resistances
Basiswiderstand
baseresistance
Basiswissen {n}
basics
Grundkenntnisse {pl}; Grundwissen {n}; Basiswissen {n}
grounding
Basiszahl {f}, Wurzel {f}
radix
Grundzahl {f}, Basiszahl {f}
basic number
Grundzahl, Basiszahl
basic number
Basiszahl, Wurzel
radix
Basiszahl {f}; Wurzel {f}
radix
Grundzahl {f}; Basiszahl {f}
basic number
Basiszeitraum zum Vergleich
base period
Basiszeitraum, Bezugszeitraum
base period
Basiszinssatz {m} [fin.]
Basiszinssätze {pl}
base rate
base rates
Basiszone {f}
Basiszonen {pl}
base region
base regions
Basiszone
base region
Basit {m} [min.]
schiller spar basite
Basizität {f}
basicity

Deutsche Synonyme für Basislager

Englische Synonyme für base camp

base  CP  GHQ  HQ  Mickey Mouse  abhorrent  abject  abominable  acid  acidity  agent  alkali  alkalinity  alloisomer  anchor  angle  anion  antacid  antecedents  arrant  atom  atrocious  awful  background  bad  baluster  balustrade  banister  base of operations  base-minded  baseboard  baseborn  basement  basis  bearing wall  beastly  bed  bed on  bedding  bedrock  beggarly  below contempt  beneath contempt  biochemical  black  blackguardly  blamable  blameworthy  bolster  bottom  bottom on  brutal  build  build in  build on  buttress  caitiff  call  camp  caryatid  cation  causation  cause  cause and effect  center of authority  central administration  central office  central station  chassis  cheap  cheesy  chemical  chemical element  chromoisomer  clown white  coarse  cold cream  collector  colonnade  column  command post  common  compact  company headquarters  compound  construct  contemptible  copolymer  core  corrupt  cosmetics  counterfeit  cowardly  craven  criminal  crude  crummy  dado  damnable  dark  dastard  dastardly  debased  deficient  degraded  degrading  deplorable  depraved  derive  despicable  determinant  determinative  detestable  die  dimer  dire  dirty  disgraceful  disgusting  dishonorable  disreputable  distance  downtrodden  draw  dreadful  drugstore complexion  dunghill  dunghilly  egregious  element  emitter  enormous  establish  etiology  evil  evil-minded  execrable  eye shadow  eyebrow pencil  factor  fake  fetid  filamentary transistor  filthy  fix  flagitious  flagrant  floor  flooring  fond  foot  footing  footstalk  forbidding  forged  form  foul  found  found on  foundation  foundation cream  fourth-class  frame  framework  fraudulent  fulsome  fundament  fundamental  general headquarters  germanium crystal triode  grave  greasepaint  grievous  gross  ground  ground on  grounds  groundwork  hand cream  hand lotion  hardpan  hateful  headquarters  heavy chemicals  heinous  high polymer  hinge  home  homopolymer  hook-collector tran  
base pay  compensation  dismissal wage  earnings  escalator clause  escalator plan  financial remuneration  gross income  guaranteed annual wage  hire  income  living wage  minimum wage  net income  pay  pay and allowances  payment  payroll  portal-to-portal pay  purchasing power  real wages  remuneration  salary  severance pay  sliding scale  take-home  take-home pay  taxable income  total compensation  wage  wage control  wage freeze  wage reduction  wage rollback  wage scale  wages  wages after deductions  wages after taxes  
baseborn  base  bastard  below the salt  cockney  common  commonplace  false  fatherless  homely  humble  illegitimate  low  lowborn  lowbred  lowly  mean  misbegotten  miscreated  natural  nonclerical  ordinary  plain  plebeian  rude  shabby-genteel  spurious  supposititious  third-estate  ungenteel  unwashed  vulgar  
based on  absolute  adducible  admissible  attestative  attestive  authentic  bolstered  borne  boxed in  braced  buttressed  certain  circumscribed by  circumstantial  conclusive  contingent  contingent on  convincing  cumulative  damning  decisive  dependent  dependent on  depending  depending on  depending on circumstances  determinative  documentary  documented  evidential  evidentiary  ex parte  eye-witness  factual  final  firsthand  founded on  grounded on  guyed  hearsay  hedged about by  held  hinging on  implicit  incident to  incidental to  incontrovertible  indicative  indisputable  irrefutable  irresistible  maintained  material  nuncupative  overwhelming  predicated on  presumptive  probative  propped  reliable  revolving on  shored up  significant  stayed  subject to  suggestive  supported  sure  sustained  symptomatic  telling  turning on  upheld  valid  weighty  
baseless  bottomless  built on sand  empty  false  gratuitous  groundless  idle  ill-founded  indefensible  needless  not well-founded  pointless  reasonless  senseless  unbased  uncalled-for  unfounded  ungrounded  unjustifiable  unnecessary  unneeded  unsolid  unsupportable  unsupported  unsustainable  unsustained  untenable  unwarranted  vain  without basis  without foundation  wrong  
basement  WC  archives  armory  arsenal  attic  backhouse  bank  base  baseboard  basis  bathroom  bay  bearing wall  bed  bedding  bedrock  bin  bonded warehouse  bookcase  bottom  box  bunker  buttery  can  cargo dock  cellar  cellarage  chassis  chest  closet  coal bin  comfort station  conservatory  convenience  crapper  crate  crib  cupboard  cyclone cellar  dado  depository  depot  dock  drawer  dump  earth closet  exchequer  floor  flooring  fond  foot  footing  foundation  frame  fundament  fundamental  glory hole  godown  ground  grounds  groundwork  hardpan  head  hold  hole  hutch  john  johnny  johnny house  keel  latrine  lavatory  library  locker  lumber room  lumberyard  magasin  magazine  mopboard  nadir  necessary  outhouse  pavement  potato cellar  powder room  principle  privy  rack  radical  repertory  repository  reservoir  rest room  rick  riprap  rock bottom  rudiment  seat  shelf  shoemold  sill  sole  solid ground  solid rock  stack  stack room  stereobate  stock room  storage  store  storehouse  storeroom  storm cellar  stylobate  subbasement  substratum  substruction  substructure  supply base  supply depot  tank  terra firma  toe  toilet  toilet room  treasure house  treasure room  treasury  underbuilding  undercarriage  undergirding  underpinning  understruction  understructure  urinal  vat  vault  wainscot  warehouse  washroom  water closet  wine cellar  
baseness  abjectness  abominability  abominableness  arrantness  atrociousness  awfulness  badness  beastliness  beggarliness  bestiality  brutality  chicanery  coarseness  commonness  commonplaceness  contemptibility  contemptibleness  contrariety  cravenness  crudeness  crumminess  dastardliness  debasement  deficiency  degradation  depravity  desertion under fire  despicability  despicableness  detestableness  devilishness  devilry  deviltry  direness  disgustingness  dreadfulness  egregiousness  enormity  evilness  execrableness  failure  fewness  fiendishness  filth  flagitiousness  foulness  fourth-rateness  fulsomeness  grossness  harshness  hatefulness  heinousness  hellishness  helotism  helotry  homeliness  horribleness  humbleness  ignobility  imperfection  inadequacy  incompetence  infamousness  inferiority  inferiorness  iniquitousness  insufficiency  knavery  knavishness  littleness  loathsomeness  lousiness  lowliness  lowness  maladroitness  meanness  mediocrity  menialness  miserableness  monstrousness  moral turpitude  nastiness  naughtiness  nauseousness  nefariousness  noisomeness  notoriousness  noxiousness  objectionability  objectionableness  obnoxiousness  obscenity  odiousness  offensiveness  ordinariness  outrageousness  paltriness  peonage  pettiness  plebeianism  pokiness  poltroonery  poltroonishness  poltroonism  poorness  pusillanimity  pusillanimousness  putridity  putridness  rankness  rascality  rascalry  rebarbativeness  repellence  repellency  reprobacy  repugnance  repulsiveness  roguery  roguishness  rottenness  scabbiness  scampishness  scandalousness  scoundrelism  scrubbiness  scruffiness  scumminess  scurviness  second-rateness  serfdom  servility  shabbiness  shamefulness  shoddiness  sinfulness  skedaddling  slavery  slavishness  smallness  sordidness  squalidness  squalor  submissiveness  subnormality  subservience  subserviency  terribleness  the pits  third-rateness  triviality  turpitude  uncleanness  unskillfulness  u  

Lexikoneinträge für base camp / base camps

Aids-de-camp (pl. ) of Aid-de-camp
Aid-de-camp (n.) An officer selected by a general to carry orders, also to assist or represent him in correspondence and in directing movements.
Base (a.) Of little, or less than the usual, height
Base (a.) Low in place or position.
Base (a.) Of humble birth
Base (a.) Illegitimate by birth
Base (a.) Of little comparative value, as metal inferior to gold and silver, the precious metals.
Base (a.) Alloyed with inferior metal
Base (a.) Morally low. Hence: Low-minded
Base (a.) Not classical or correct.
Base (a.) Deep or grave in sound
Base (a.) Not held by honorable service
Base (n.) The bottom of anything, considered as its support, or that on which something rests for support
Base (n.) Fig.: The fundamental or essential part of a thing
Base (n.) The lower part of a wall, pier, or column, when treated as a separate feature, usually in projection, or especially ornamented.
Base (n.) The lower part of a complete architectural design, as of a monument
Base (n.) That extremity of a leaf, fruit, etc., at which it is attached to its support.
Base (n.) The positive, or non-acid component of a salt
Base (n.) The chief ingredient in a compound.
Base (n.) A substance used as a mordant.
Base (n.) The exterior side of the polygon, or that imaginary line which connects the salient angles of two adjacent bastions.
Base (n.) The line or surface constituting that part of a figure on which it is supposed to stand.
Base (n.) The number from which a mathematical table is constructed
Base (n.) A low, or deep, sound. (Mus.) (a) The lowest part
Base (n.) A place or tract of country, protected by fortifications, or by natural advantages, from which the operations of an army proceed, forward movements are made, supplies are furnished, etc.
Base (n.) The smallest kind of cannon.
Base (n.) That part of an organ by which it is attached to another more central organ.
Base (n.) The basal plane of a crystal.
Base (n.) The ground mass of a rock, especially if not distinctly crystalline.
Base (n.) The lower part of the field. See Escutcheon.
Base (n.) The housing of a horse.
Base (n.) A kind of skirt ( often of velvet or brocade, but sometimes of mailed armor) which hung from the middle to about the knees, or lower.
Base (n.) The lower part of a robe or petticoat.
Base (n.) An apron.
Base (n.) The point or line from which a start is made
Base (n.) A line in a survey which, being accurately determined in length and position, serves as the origin from which to compute the distances and positions of any points or objects connected with it by a system of triangles.
Base (n.) A rustic play
Base (n.) Any one of the four bounds which mark the circuit of the infield.
Base (n.) To put on a base or basis
Base (a.) To abase
Base (a.) To reduce the value of
Base-burner (n.) A furnace or stove in which the fuel is contained in a hopper or chamber, and is fed to the fire as the lower stratum is consumed.
Base-court (n.) The secondary, inferior, or rear courtyard of a large house
Base-court (n.) An inferior court of law, not of record.
Base viol () See Bass viol.
Camp (n.) The ground or spot on which tents, huts, etc., are erected for shelter, as for an army or for lumbermen, etc.
Camp (n.) A collection of tents, huts, etc., for shelter, commonly arranged in an orderly manner.
Camp (n.) A single hut or shelter
Camp (n.) The company or body of persons encamped, as of soldiers, of surveyors, of lumbermen, etc.
Camp (n.) A mound of earth in which potatoes and other vegetables are stored for protection against frost
Camp (n.) An ancient game of football, played in some parts of England.
Camp (v. t.) To afford rest or lodging for, as an army or travelers.
Camp (v. i.) To pitch or prepare a camp
Camp (n.) To play the game called camp.
Country-base (n.) Same as Prison base.
Sub-base (n.) The lowest member of a base when divided horizontally, or of a baseboard, pedestal, or the like.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

base on balls
walk pass
(baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls, he worked the pitcher for a base on balls
base hit
safety
(baseball) the successful act of striking a baseball in such a way that the batter reaches base safely
double
two-base hit
two-bagger
two-baser
a base hit on which the batter stops safely at second base, he hit a double to deep centerfield
triple
three-base hit
three-bagger
a base hit at which the batter stops safely at third base
first base the initial stage in accomplishing something, we didn't get to first base with that approach
prisoner's base a children's game, two teams capture opposing players by tagging them and taking them to their own base
first base first the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed at first of the bases in the infield (counting counterclockwise from home plate)
second base
second
the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near the second of the bases in the infield
third base
third
the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near the third of the bases in the infield (counting counterclockwise from home plate), he is playing third
Canada jay
grey jay
gray jay
camp robber
whisker jack
Perisoreus canadensis
a jay of northern North America with blackapped head and no crest, noted for boldness in thievery
air base
air station
a base for military aircraft
army base a large base of operations for an army
base
pedestal
stand
a support or foundation, the base of the lamp
base bag a place that the runner must touch before scoring, he scrambled to get back to the bag
base (electronics) the part of a transistor that separates the emitter from the collector
base base of operations installation from which a military force initiates operations, the attack wiped out our forward bases
base a flat bottom on which something is intended to sit, a tub should sit on its own base
base the principal ingredient of a mixture, glycerinated gelatin is used as a base for many ointments, he told the painter that he wanted a yellow base with just a hint of green, everything she cooked seemed to have rice as the base
boot camp camp for training military recruits
camp
encampment
cantonment
bivouac
temporary living quarters specially built by the army for soldiers, wherever he went in the camp the men were grumbling
camp temporary lodgings in the country for travelers or vacationers, level ground is best for parking and camp areas
camp a penal institution (often for forced labor), China has many camps for political prisoners
camp summer camp a site where care and activities are provided for children during the summer months, city kids get to see the country at a summer camp
camp refugee camp shelter for persons displaced by war or political oppression or for religious beliefs
camp chair a light folding chair
concentration camp
stockade
a penal camp where political prisoners or prisoners of war are confined (usually under harsh conditions)
cot
camp bed
a small bed that folds up for storage or transport
day camp a camp providing care and activities for children during the daytime
death camp a concentration camp where prisoners are likely to die or be killed
detention home
detention house
house of detention
detention camp
an institution where juvenile offenders can be held temporarily (usually under the supervision of a juvenile court)
first base the base that must be touched first by a base runner in baseball
foundation
base fundament
foot
groundwork
substructure
understructure
lowest support of a structure, it was built on a base of solid rock, he stood at the foot of the tower
headquarters central office
main office
home office
home base
(usually plural) the office that serves as the administrative center of an enterprise, many companies have their headquarters in New York
home plate
home base home plate
(baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands, it must be touched by a base runner in order to score, he ruled that the runner failed to touch home
infrastructure
base
the stock of basic facilities and capital equipment needed for the functioning of a country or area, the industrial base of Japan
labor camp
labour camp
a penal institution for political prisoners who are used as forced labor
latex paint
latex
rubber-base paint
a water-base paint that has a latex binder
navy base base of operations for a naval fleet
prison camp internment camp
prisoner of war camp
POW camp
a camp for prisoners of war
rocket base a military base for rocket missiles
second base the base that must be touched second by a base runner in baseball
tennis camp a camp where tennis is taught
third base
third
the base that must be touched third by a base runner in baseball, he was cut down on a close play at third
trailer camp
trailer park
a camp where space for house trailers can be rented, utilities are generally provided
water-base paint paint in which water is used as the vehicle
work camp
prison camp
prison farm
a camp for trustworthy prisoners employed in government projects
camp something that is considered amusing not because of its originality but because of its unoriginality, the living room was pure camp
basis
base
foundation
fundament
groundwork
cornerstone
the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained, the whole argument rested on a basis of conjecture
knowledge domain
knowledge base
domain
the content of a particular field of knowledge
root
root word
base
stem theme radical
(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed, thematic vowels are part of the stem
subdata base a subset of data in a database that are used in a specific application
floor
base
a lower limit, the government established a wage floor
al-Qaeda
Qaeda
al-Qa'ida
al-Qaida
Base
a terrorist network intensely opposed to the United States that dispenses money and logistical support and training to a wide variety of radical Islamic terrorist groups, has cells in more thancountries
clique
coterie
ingroup
inner circle
pack camp
an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose
camp meeting religious (usually evangelistic) meeting held in a large tent or outdoors and lasting several days
camp a group of people living together in a camp, the whole camp laughed at his mistake
hobo camp
jungle
a place where hoboes camp
base home the place where you are stationed and from which missions start and end
base (anatomy) the part of an organ nearest its point of attachment, the base of the skull
Camp David a retreat to the northwest of Washington that is used by the president of the United States
base the bottom or lowest part, the base of the mountain
base runner
runner
a baseball player on the team at bat who is on base (or attempting to reach a base)
camp follower a follower who is not a member of an ingroup
camp follower a prostitute who provides service to military personnel
Gillette
King Camp Gilette
United States inventor and manufacturer who developed the safety razor (-)
tax base collective value of taxable assets
base rate the interest rate set by the Bank of England for lending to other banks
acid-base equilibrium
acid-base balance
(physiology) the normal equilibrium between acids and alkalis in the body, with a normal acid-base balance in the body the blood is slightly alkaline
base
radix
(numeration system) the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place, is the radix of the decimal system
basis base the most important or necessary part of something, the basis of this drink is orange juice
base the bottom side of a geometric figure from which the altitude can be constructed, the base of the triangle
concentration camp a situation characterized by crowding and extremely harsh conditions
acid-base indicator an indicator that changes color on going from acidic to basic solutions
base
alkali
any of various water-soluble compounds capable of turning litmus blue and reacting with an acid to form a salt and water, bases include oxides and hydroxides of metals and ammonia
base metal a metal that is common and not considered precious, lead, iron, copper, tin, and zinc are base metals
base pair one of the pairs of chemical bases joined by hydrogen bonds that connect the complementary strands of a DNA molecule or of an RNA molecule that has two strands, the base pairs are adenine with thymine and guanine with cytosine in DNA and adenine with uracil and guanine with cytosine in RNA
copper-base alloy any alloy whose principal component is copper
nickel-base alloy
nickel alloy
an alloy whose main constituent is nickel
nucleotide
base
a phosphoric ester of a nucleoside, the basic structural unit of nucleic acids (DNA or RNA)
camp give an artificially banal or sexual quality to
establish base
ground
found
use as a basis for, found on, base a claim on some observation
free-base
base
use (purified cocaine) by burning it and inhaling the fumes
camp
camp down
establish or set up a camp
decamp break camp leave a camp, The hikers decamped before dawn
get in touch
touch base
connect
establish communication with someone, did you finally connect with your long-lost cousin?
camp
encamp
camp out
bivouac
tent
live in or as if in a tent, Can we go camping again this summer?, The circus tented near the town, The houseguests had to camp in the living room
base situate as a center of operations, we will base this project in the new lab
base-forming yielding a base in aqueous solution
off-base located outside a military base, off-base housing
camp-made made as part of the arts-and-crafts program at summer camp, my camp-made leather wallet
base debased, not genuine, an attempt to eliminate the base coinage
base
baseborn
illegitimate
base
mean
meanspirited
having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality, that liberal obedience without which your army would be a base rabble- Edmund Burke, taking a mean advantage, chok'd with ambition of the meaner sort- Shakespeare, something essentially vulgar and meanspirited in politics
base
baseborn
humble
lowly
of low birth or station (`base' is archaic in this sense), baseborn wretches with dirty faces, of humble (or lowly) birth
basal
base
serving as or forming a base, the painter applied a base coat followed by two finishing coats
base
immoral
not adhering to ethical or moral principles, base and unpatriotic motives, a base, degrading way of life, cheating is dishonorable, they considered colonialism immoral, unethical practices in handling public funds
base (used of metals) consisting of or alloyed with inferior metal, base coins of aluminum, a base metal
camp
campy
providing sophisticated amusement by virtue of having artificially (and vulgarly) mannered or banal or sentimental qualities, they played up the silliness of their roles for camp effect, campy Hollywood musicals of the 's
aboard
on base
on first or second or third base, Their second homer with Bob Allison aboard

 

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