simple past tense and past participle of bias
‘She biased them against him for no apparent reason.’;
Founded on; having a basis; often used in combining forms.
‘That was a soundly based argument.’;
exhibiting bias; prejudiced
‘The newspaper gave a biased account of the incident.’;
Not caring what others think about one's personality, style, or behavior; focused on maintaining individuality.
angled at a slant
‘The table had a biased edge.’;
Praiseworthy and admirable, often through exhibiting independence and security.
‘OP is based as fuck’; ‘Based and red pilled.’;
(electrical engineering) on which an electrical bias is applied
simple past tense and past participle of base
(statistics) exhibiting a systematic distortion of results due to a factor not allowed for in its derivation.
Being derived from (usually followed by on or upon).
‘It's a new film based on a best-selling novel.’;
favoring one person or side over another;
‘a biased account of the trial’; ‘a decision that was partial to the defendant’;
Having a base
‘The ladder is based on the even sidewalk for stability.’;
excessively devoted to one faction
Having a base of operations.
‘The company is based in New York.’;
Having a base, or having as a base; supported; as, broad-based.
Wearing, or protected by, bases.
being derived from (usually followed by `on' or `upon');
‘a film based on a best-selling novel’;
having a base;
‘firmly based ice’;
having a basis; often used as combining terms;
‘a soundly based argument’; ‘well-founded suspicions’;
having a base of operations;
‘a company based in Atlanta’;