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Definition of "based" []

  • Located in the place specified (adjective)
  • Having the specified basis or main ingredient (adjective)
  • Founded on or organized around the thing specified (adjective)
  • Founded on; having a basis; often used in combining forms (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of base. (verb)
  • Being derived from (usually followed by on or upon). (verb)
  • Having a base (verb)
  • Having a base of operations. (verb)

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Use "based" in a sentence
  • "Geico's advertising agency, the Richmond, Va.-based Martin Agency wh ich also created the "gecko" spots, sold the Xtranormal idea to Geico executives based partly on the easy and cheap production."
  • "The clinic was part of a special program sponsored by the U. S.-based Sports Power International, an evangelical Christian organization based in Baltimore, Maryland."
  • ""Dialogue with the community, including discussion of the full impact of the project and sharing of assessment studies, are a few of the basic practices of a business model based on sustainable development," says Julia Nelson of Business for Social Responsibility, a U. S.-based consultancy firm that advises companies, including the world's largest iron ore miner Vale, on CSR."