basis

basis
noun (plural bases) Etymology: Latin — more at base Date: 14th century 1. the bottom of something considered as its foundation 2. the principal component of something 3. a. something on which something else is established or based b. an underlying condition or state of affairs <
hired on a trial basis
>
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on a first-name basis
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4. the basic principle 5. a set of linearly independent vectors in a vector space such that any vector in the vector space can be expressed as a linear combination of them with appropriately chosen coefficients

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