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Hi there!

Could you explain what the word " base " means in the sentence below? Can I replace it with the word " basis"? Thanks!

While in the Antarctic, Admiral Byrd established a base and named it " Little America"
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A base in that context means an camp or building / buildings where they've set up 'home' - normally a military thing (centre of operations etc.)
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basis is a way of doing thing or a fact that something is developed.

eg. We are here to solve some problems on a regular basisEmotion: smile
can anyone tell me the difference between basis and bases?