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baza [ ženski rod ]

Osnova, temelj, podloga jedne stvari;
fil. Po Marksu: ukupnost proizvodnih odnosa u ljudskom društvu, koji "čine privrednu strukturu društva, realnu bazu, na kojoj se podiže pravna i politička nadgradnja i kojoj odgovaraju određeni društveni oblici svesti".
geod. Prava linija duga više kilometara koja se, pomoću motaka za merenje, tačno izmeri i koja onda služi kao osnova triangulacije;
metr. Uvodna stihovna stopa.
Tačka uporišta, središte, centar, polazno mesto za dejstva.

base [ imenica ]
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ETYM French base, Latin basis, from Greek basis a stepping, step, a base, pedestal, from bainein to go, step, akin to Eng. come. Related to Basis, and see Come.
A support or foundation; SYN. pedestal, stand.
A flat bottom on which something is intended to sit.
The bottom or lowest part.
Place that runner must touch before scoring; SYN. bag.
The place where one is stationed and from which missions start and end; SYN. home.
The principal ingredient of a mixture.

basis [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin basis, Greek basis. Related to Base.
The fundamental assumptions underlying an explanation; SYN. base, foundation, fundament, groundwork, cornerstone.

baza [ ženski rod {matematika} ]

Osnova stepena, potencije ili logaritma; geom. Strana ili površina na kojoj zamišljamo da leži poligon ili poliedar.

radix [ imenica {N/A} ]
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ETYM Latin radix, -icis, root. Related to Radish.
A primitive form, from which spring other words; a radical; a root; an etymon.
A number or quantity which is arbitrarily made the fundamental number of any system; a base. Thus, is the radix, or base, of the common system of logarithms, and also of the decimal system of numeration.
The base of a number system—for example, 2 in the binary system, in the decimal system, 8 in the octal system, and in the hexadecimal system. See also base (definition 2).
Root; root-number or numerical base; root word or stem.
Root; Mathematics, base of a numerical system, as is of decimal system.

base [ imenica {matematika} ]
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In mathematics, the number of different single-digit symbols used in a particular number system. In our usual (decimal) counting system of numbers (with symbols the base is 1In the binary number system, which has only the symbols 1 and the base is two. A base is also a number that, when raised to a particular power (that is, when multiplied by itself a particular number of times as in 1= x = 100), has a logarithm equal to the power. For example, the logarithm of 1to the base ten is 2.
In geometry, the term is used to denote the line or area on which a polygon or solid stands.The bottom side of a geometric figure from which the altitude can be constructed.
(In a digital numeration system) The positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place; SYN. radix.
In mathematics, a number that is raised to the power specified by an exponent. For example, in = 2 x 2 x 2 = the base is In mathematics, the number of digits in a particular numbering system. With microcomputers, four numbering systems are commonly used or referred to—binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal—and each is based on a different number of digits. The binary, or base-numbering system, which is used to discuss the states of a computer’s logic, has two digits, 0 and Octal, or base-has eight digits, 0 through The familiar decimal, or base-1numbering system has ten digits, 0 through Hexadecimal, or base-1has sixteen digits, 0 through 9 and A through F. When numbers are written in a particular base, the base is often subscripted and enclosed in parentheses after the number, as in 24AE(1= 9,39Also called: radix. See also binarydecimal, hexadecimal, octal.

baza [ ženski rod {arheologija} ]

Podnožje stuba, kipa ili svoda.

foot [ imenica {N/A} ]
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Unit of metrical pattern in poetry; see meter.
The five most common types of foot in English poetry are iamb (v –), trochee (– v), dactyl (– vv), spondee (—), and anapest (vv –); the symbol v stands for an unstressed syllable and—for a stressed one.
(Irregular plural: feet).
A linear unit of length equal to inches or a third of a yard; SYN. ft.
The extremity of the leg of a human being; SYN. human foot.
Any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates; SYN. invertebrate foot.
A support resembling a pedal extremity.
The lower part of anything; SYN. base, bottom, pedestal.
Travel by foot.

baza [ ženski rod {vojska} ]

Mesto ili zemljište sa koga jedinice neke vojske napreduju, odakle dobivaju pojačanja i potrebe svake vrste, i odakle svi putevi vode ka raznim oružanim odeljenjima kako ova napreduju; određen put na zemlji (npr. dužine do 3000km) koji služi za merenje brzine aviona, brzine automobila iil drugog motornog vozila.

base [ imenica {vojska} ]
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Installation from which a military force initiates operations; SYN. base of operations.

baza [ ženski rod {računari} ]

Jedan od tri izvoda tranzistora (emiter-baza-kolektor).

base [ imenica {računari} ]
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(Electronics) The part of a transistor that separates the emitter from the collector.
One of three terminals (emitter, base, and collector) in a bipolar transistor. The current through the base controls the current between the emitter and the collector. See also transistor.
The insulating foundation of a printed circuit board. See also circuit board.

baza [ ženski rod {hemija} ]

Tvar (supstanca, elektropozitivna) koja se jedini sa kiselinom i neutrališe je gradeći so; up. baze;

base [ imenica {hemija} ]
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Chemistry, compound combining with acid to form salt.
In chemistry, a substance that accepts protons, such as the hydroxide ion (OH-) and ammonia (NH3). Bases react with acids to give a salt. Those that dissolve in water are called alkalis.
Inorganic bases are usually oxides or hydroxides of metals, which react with dilute acids to form a salt and water. A number of carbonates also react with dilute acids, additionally giving off carbon dioxide. Many organic compounds that contain nitrogen are bases.
Any of various water-soluble compounds capable of turning litmus blue and reacting with an acid to form a salt and water; SYN. alkali.

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