base of operations

A place where activities are centered; one may have more than one base of operations, working out of one in one state and out of another in another state. Re Mallia, 299 NY 232, 86 NE2d 577, 9 ALR2d 636.

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  • base — n Base, basis, foundation, ground, groundwork are comparable when meaning something on which another thing is reared or built or by which it is supported or fixed in place. Base may be applied to the lowest part or bottom of something without… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • base — I n. center of operations 1) to establish, set up a base 2) an advanced, forward; main base 3) an air, air force; army; military; missile; naval base 4) (misc.) a power base; a base of operations goal (AE) (baseball) 5) to reach; touch a base 6)… …   Combinatory dictionary

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