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base on (1)

Meaning: to use specific information, ideas or past experiences as a basis for making a decision

For example:

  • base sth on sth They usually base their new designs on the latest market research.

  • be based on sth The new health guidelines are based on the findings of a major new study.

Quick Quiz:

Doctors usually base the decisions they make on a patient's
  1. social status and income level
  2. symptoms and test results
  3. health insurance

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