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base·ment

(bās'ment),
1. Synonym(s): base (1)
2. A cavity or space partly or completely separated from a larger space above it.

base·ment

(bās'mĕnt)
1. Synonym(s): base (1) .
2. A cavity or space partly or completely separated from a larger space above it.
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Owners with a plot of 500 to 990 sq yds can construct basement, plus ground, plus five.
Cihan News Agency managed the caught the second basement floor located on Narin Street of Cudi neighborhood on tape.
The team at Malkin Cleaners can offer a full basement flood restoration solution.
Since most of the surveys were completed in the basement which located in the neighborhood community, it took 3 months to cover all selected locations.
We found cannabis plants and that three or four walls in the basement had been knocked down to accommodate them and electricity was also being abstracted.
My child caught malaria as he accompanied me during my visit to basement for shopping, said a lady teacher.
For example, in some parts of the country a basement partially above ground is called a daylight basement and in other parts of the country it is called an exposed basement.
Following the basement test, a 15 m interval was perforated in the Kohlan.
IT SEEMS that if you live in Knightsbridge or Chelsea, you can't hold your head up unless you have a couple of floors of basements beneath your house for the pool, gym, cinema and car park.
The image of the basement as a refuge and a sanctuary for words is reinforced later in the novel through the portrait of the air-raid shelter in Liesel's neighborhood.
In most cases, the occupants of the house don't even have to move out while the basement is being constructed as work takes place under the property with access gained at the front or rear.
In most cases the occupants of the house don't even have to move out whilst the basement is being constructed as work takes place under the property with access gained at the front or rear.