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 NOUN a basis | bases SYNO base | basis | cornerstone | ...
 báza {f} basis základ {m} basis základňa {f} basis východisko {n} basis 4 Words denne {adv} on a daily basis každodenne {adv} on a daily basis každý deň {adv} on a daily basis pravidelne {adv} on a regular basis individuálne {adv} on an individual basis med. ambulantne {adv} on an outpatient basis 5+ Words dlhodobo {adv} on a long-term basis tykať si s n-ým [nedok.] be on first name basis with sb. práca pracovať na delený (pracovný) úväzok to work on a job share basis
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Usage Examples English
• The starting point for determining when a depreciation recapture will occur is to determine the basis of the asset. There are three different types of basis: original, adjusted, and recomputed basis.
• We now face three different basis sets commonly used to describe vectors in orthogonal coordinates: the covariant basis e"i", the contravariant basis e"i", and the normalized basis ê"i".
• Stirling numbers give a change of basis between the standard basis and the basis of falling factorials.
• The term "basis point" has its origins in trading the "basis" or the spread between two interest rates.
• The higher-order basis functions can significantly reduce the number of unknowns compared with the traditional piece-wise basis functions, e.g., Rao-Wiltion-Glisson triangular patch basis functions (RWGs).
• A basis with this property is called an "Auerbach basis".
• Despite the name, an orthonormal basis is not, in general, a basis in the sense of linear algebra (Hamel basis).
• A modified version of the Gram–Schmidt process shows that any finite-dimensional symplectic vector space has a basis such that "ω" takes this form, often called a "Darboux basis" or symplectic basis.
• A basis gives such a form (via the dual basis), hence when working on [...] with a Euclidean metric and a fixed orthonormal basis, one has the option to work with only subscripts.
• A dual basis () is not a concrete basis like the polynomial basis or the normal basis; rather it provides a way of using a second basis for computations.