rebase

(redirected from rebased)

re·base

(rē'bās),
In dentistry, to refit a denture by replacing the denture base material without changing the occlusal relationship of the teeth.
See also: reline.

rebase

[rēbās′]
Etymology: L, re, again, basis, base
a process of refitting a denture by replacing or adding to its base material without changing the occlusal relationships of the teeth.

re·base

(rē'bās)
In dentistry, to refit a denture by replacing the denture base material without changing the occlusal relationship of the teeth.
See also: reline

rebase,

v a process of refitting a denture by replacing the denture base material without changing the occlusal relations of the teeth.
References in periodicals archive ?
The outputs will be new samples for the surveys and censuses; the rebased CPI, custom CAPI software, and a price pilot using CAPI.
Trade Statistics would also be rebased from 199091 base to 201516.
The growth forecast revisions come after the release of rebased national accounts (base 2010 from base 2004), which rebasing naturally results in marginally higher growth figures for most categories in the National Accounts.
On 6th April 2014, the Nigerian government released the result of the nation's rebased GDP.
If payments are rebased to the statutory maximum of 3.
granted on 27 January 2009 (the "January 2009 Options"), be rebased.
With the release of March 2006 data, BLS has updated the ECI to reflect the new industry and occupational classifications systems; rebased the index to 2005; and implemented new procedures to account for missing data and to compute seasonal adjustments
In addition, the IP indexes and the capacity measures will be rebased so that 1992 actual output equals 100.
We simulated three approaches to setting target amounts on rebased costs, always maintaining budget neutrality, in the sense that Medicare outlays in the rebased year are unchanged.
Operating cash flow ("OCF")4 of EU423 million, representing growth of 6% and rebased OCF growth of 2%
Nigeria revealed rebased GDP figures for 2013 that showed an 89% jump in the estimated size of its economy.
Pointing out the benefits or a rebased currency, Minister Alexander Chikwanda said, "In the accounting sphere, redenomination of the kwacha will reduce time taken to input financial data and time spent by management to review it.