Definition of "rebase" [rebase]

  • To replace the base of a denture. (verb)
  • To modify core data from which other data is derived in such a way that the final meaning is unchanged. (verb)
  • To change the base address of. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rebase" in a sentence
  • "The company will "rebase" - or cut, in layman's terms - the dividend by 12. 5pc at the start of the period to meet its regulatory obligations."
  • "A final important command is git-svn rebase, which is used to update the local git command for changes others made to the SVN repository."
  • "The House Democrats 'bill would "rebase" the physician payment formula to assume that Medicare spending over the next 10 years would include the new policy and the hundreds of billions of dollars in additional spending."