Detailed Translations for base from English to French


to base verb (bases, based, basing)

  1. to base
    baser; fonder; établir; appuyer; asseoir; s'établir
    • baser verb (base, bases, basons, basez, )
    • fonder verb (fonde, fondes, fondons, fondez, )
    • établir verb (établis, établit, établissons, établissez, )
    • appuyer verb (appuie, appuies, appuyons, appuyez, )
    • asseoir verb (assieds, assied, asseyons, asseyez, )
    • s'établir verb
  2. to base
  3. to base (lay the foundations of; ground; found)

Conjugations for base:

  1. base
  2. base
  3. bases
  4. base
  5. base
  6. base
simple past
  1. based
  2. based
  3. based
  4. based
  5. based
  6. based
present perfect
  1. have based
  2. have based
  3. has based
  4. have based
  5. have based
  6. have based
past continuous
  1. was basing
  2. were basing
  3. was basing
  4. were basing
  5. were basing
  6. were basing
  1. shall base
  2. will base
  3. will base
  4. shall base
  5. will base
  6. will base
continuous present
  1. am basing
  2. are basing
  3. is basing
  4. are basing
  5. are basing
  6. are basing
  1. be based
  2. be based
  3. be based
  4. be based
  5. be based
  6. be based
  1. base!
  2. let's base!
  3. based
  4. basing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

base [the ~] noun

  1. the base (home; residence; house)
    la résidence; la maison; le logement; le domicile; l'habitation; la demeure; le chez-soi; le logis; le foyer; la maison d'habitation
  2. the base (foundation)
    la fondation; la base
  3. the base (floor; ground; bottom)
    le fond; le sol
  4. the base (basal area; substructure)
    la base
  5. the base (residence; home)
    le chez soi
  6. the base (radix)
    le nombre de base

Translation Matrix for base:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bas hose; knee stocking; stocking; stockings
base basal area; base; foundation; substructure basement; basic rule; basic shape; basic thought; basis; bogie; cellar; chassis; foundation; fundamental idea; home port; initial concept; landing gear; outline; principle; rule of life; shop floor; structure; topic; undercarriage; vault
basse bass; contrabass; grumbling voice
chez soi base; home; residence
chez-soi base; home; house; residence
demeure base; home; house; residence cottage; home; house; little house; residence
domicile base; home; house; residence accommodation; address; domicile; dwelling place; habitat; home; housing; lodging; lodgings; place of business; place of residence; quarters; residence; shelter
fond base; bottom; floor; ground background; deep sense; deeper meaning; ground; soil
fondation base; foundation basement; cellar; establishment; foundation; founding; installation; pension fund; trust; vault
foyer base; home; house; residence accommodation; asylum; coffee-room; cooker; cooking range; drawing-room; fire; fireplace; fireside; focal point; focus; foyer; furnace; hearth; hearth-fire; heating-apparatus; hotbed; housing; lodging; lodgings; own hearth; quarters; reception-room; refreshment room; refreshmentroom; refuge; retreat; salon; seat of the fire; shelter; stove; waiting-room
habitation base; home; house; residence accommodation; habitation; housing; lodging; lodgings; occupation; quarters; shelter
inférieur inferior; submissive
logement base; home; house; residence accommodation; accomodation; facility; guest house; hotel; housing; inn; lodging; lodgings; overnight stay; quarters; shelter; somewhere to sleep
logis base; home; house; residence accomodation; address; bed-chamber; bedroom; cottage; domicile; dwelling place; habitat; home; house; housing; little house; lodging; place of residence; residence; sleeping-quarters
maison base; home; house; residence building; construction; cottage; edifice; house; little house; lot; premises; residence; structure; trading company
maison d'habitation base; home; house; residence
nombre de base base; radix
résidence base; home; house; residence Judicial capital; country house; court capital; estate; residence; residency; royal residence; villa
sol base; bottom; floor; ground ground; soil
- alkali; bag; base of operations; basis; cornerstone; floor; foot; foundation; fundament; groundwork; home; infrastructure; nucleotide; pedestal; radical; radix; root; root word; stand; stem; substructure; theme; understructure
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
appuyer base advise; agree; appoint; approve; back up; carry; carry along; co-operate; comfort; consider; dent; elect; impress; lean on; nominate; pinch; present; press; prop; prop up; propose; push in; recommend; rest on; shore; squeeze; suggest; support; tap
asseoir base add; locate; place; put; put down; sit; sit down; situate
baser base earthen; ground; lay the foundations
baser sur base
faire une substruction de pilotis base; found; ground; lay the foundations of
fonder base arrange; build; build up; colonise; colonize; compose; construct; develop; earthen; establish; explore; found; ground; lay the foundations; open up; prospect; raise; scan; settle; tune
fonder sur base
s'établir base earthen; establish oneself; ground; lay the foundations; settle; take up one's residence somewhere
établir base colonise; colonize; determine; develop; earthen; establish; explore; form; found; ground; identify; lay the foundations; open up; prospect; put together; raise; scan; settle; tune
- establish; found; free-base; ground
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- basal; baseborn; humble; immoral; lowly; mean; meanspirited
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- baseline; mean; plinth
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bas base; mean; nasty; villainous banal; below the belt; bogus; coarse; cunning; faint; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; gross; hushed; in an undertone; low; low-hanging; lying low; mean; muffled; nasty; not genuine; not high; pedestrian; rotten; shabby; sham; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; stingy; subdued; trite; trivial; underhand; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vicious; vile; vulgar
basse base; mean; nasty; villainous banal; below the belt; bogus; coarse; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; gross; low; low-hanging; mean; nasty; not genuine; pedestrian; rotten; shabby; sham; stingy; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vile; vulgar
bassement base; mean; nasty; villainous banal; below the belt; bogus; coarse; cunning; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; gross; low; mean; nasty; not genuine; pedestrian; rotten; shabby; sham; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; stingy; trite; trivial; underhand; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vicious; vile; vulgar
chez soi at home; home; indoors; inside
ignoble base; mean; nasty; villainous bad; banal; below the belt; blackguardly; bogus; coarse; dishonorable; dishonourable; dubious; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; grimy; gross; inglorious; mean; nasty; not genuine; obscure; pedestrian; problematic; questionable; roguish; rotten; scary; scoundrelly; shabby; shady; sham; sheet; shifty; sinister; slimy; sordid; stingy; suspect; suspicious; trite; trivial; uncertain; unmannerly; unreliable; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vile; villainous; vulgar
inférieur base; low barren; defective; incapable; incompetent; inexpert; inferior; lacking; lowest; minor; poor; secondary; subordinate; undermost; unfruitful; unsound
inférieurement base; low
maison homemade

Related Words for "base":

  • basing, based, bases, baser, basest

Synonyms for "base":

Related Definitions for "base":

  1. debased; not genuine1
    • an attempt to eliminate the base coinage1
  2. illegitimate1
  3. having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality1
    • that liberal obedience without which your army would be a base rabble1
  4. of low birth or station (`base' is archaic in this sense)1
  5. serving as or forming a base1
    • the painter applied a base coat followed by two finishing coats1
  6. not adhering to ethical or moral principles1
    • base and unpatriotic motives1
    • a base, degrading way of life1
  7. (used of metals) consisting of or alloyed with inferior metal1
    • base coins of aluminum1
    • a base metal1
  8. a support or foundation1
    • the base of the lamp1
  9. a place that the runner must touch before scoring1
  10. (electronics) the part of a transistor that separates the emitter from the collector1
  11. installation from which a military force initiates operations1
    • the attack wiped out our forward bases1
  12. a flat bottom on which something is intended to sit1
    • a tub should sit on its own base1
  13. the principal ingredient of a mixture1
    • glycerinated gelatin is used as a base for many ointments1
    • he told the painter that he wanted a yellow base with just a hint of green1
    • everything she cooked seemed to have rice as the base1
  14. lowest support of a structure1
    • it was built on a base of solid rock1
  15. the stock of basic facilities and capital equipment needed for the functioning of a country or area1
    • the industrial base of Japan1
  16. the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained1
  17. (linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed1
  18. a lower limit1
  19. the place where you are stationed and from which missions start and end1
  20. (anatomy) the part of an organ nearest its point of attachment1
    • the base of the skull1
  21. the bottom or lowest part1
    • the base of the mountain1
  22. (numeration system) the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place1
  23. the most important or necessary part of something1
  24. the bottom side of a geometric figure from which the altitude can be constructed1
    • the base of the triangle1
  25. any of various water-soluble compounds capable of turning litmus blue and reacting with an acid to form a salt and water1
    • bases include oxides and hydroxides of metals and ammonia1
  26. a phosphoric ester of a nucleoside; the basic structural unit of nucleic acids (DNA or RNA)1
  27. use as a basis for; found on1
    • base a claim on some observation1
  28. use (purified cocaine) by burning it and inhaling the fumes1
  29. situate as a center of operations1
    • we will base this project in the new lab1

Wiktionary Translations for base:

  1. of inferior quality
  2. low
  1. have as its foundation or starting point
  1. lower, horizontal line in a triangle or the horizontal plane of a 3D object
  2. baseball: one of the three places that a runner can stand in safety
  3. electronics: controlling terminal of a transistor
  4. chemical compound that will neutralize an acid
  5. permanent structure for housing a military
  6. starting point
  7. foundation
  1. partie inférieure d’un corps quelconque qui lui servir de soutien.
  2. (term, Propulsion) masse d’ergol encore utilisable pour la propulsion au moment d’une extinction programmée d’un moteur-fusée.
  3. Support d’une statue, d’un vase, etc.
  1. mettre la base d'une organisation en un lieu donné.
  1. De base, élémentaire, rudimentaire, fondamental.

Cross Translation:
base base BaseChemie: eine alkalisch reagierende chemische Verbindung, deren pH-Wert über 7 liegt; nimmt leicht Protonen (H+) auf
base base Basisallgemein: Grundlage
base base; fondement Grundlage — etwas (bereits Vorhandenes), auf das man etwas aufbauen oder von dem aus man etwas weiterentwickeln kann. Wesentlicher Bestandteil (einer Idee, Theorie, Lehre)
base baser baseren — (overgankelijk) ~ op: gronden, doen steunen
base base base — een ion of molecuul dat de neiging heeft een proton op te nemen
base base base — een stof die een of meer hydroxylgroepen bevat en in een waterige oplossing OH-ionen afsplitst

Related Translations for base