|(1920-1992) American author and scientist, author of "The Foundation Trilogy"||Isaac Asimov|
|(Computers) document used as a foundation for new documents having a uniform style; cutting tool, master, master molecule, pattern, short beam||template|
|(Computers) screen and text editor used primarily on UNIX systems (produced by the Free Software Foundation)||Emacs|
|(Spanish) wood, timber||palo|
|2 x 4, length of wood, timber||two-by-four|
|act as support for, support from below, support from below; strengthen a foundation, remake a foundation; comprise a basis for||underpin|
|agitated, shocked, deeply upset, set of timber parts for barrel, shake, bundle of grain or corn; set of wood and metal pieces for constructing a barrel or box||shook|
|aircraft landing gear, foundation; frame and machinery of an automobile, undercarriage, main frame of vehicle, mounting for electronic device, mounting for gun carriage||chassis|
|ancestor, base of something, basic part of a word, be based, be fixed, cause, dig in the ground with the snout, embedded body part, end of a nerve, feeling of belonging, foundation of a chord, grow roots, lend support to somebody, number multiplied by ...||root|
|anything that is established; established institution (such as the church, a business, etc.); foundation, permanent organization; place of business, business premises, establishing something, household, people in power, something established, veteran s...||establishment|
|appoint somebody, establish, found, set up; begin, initiate, start, institution, foundation, organization which provides a certain service or supports a particular cause; college which specializes in a particular field or area of instruction (i.e. art)...||institute|
|Australian timber tree||hoop pine|
|auxiliary member of wing, freelance or part-time journalist, horizontal timber, narrow mineral vein, one who arranges objects on a string; horizontal timber; part-time journalist who covers a local area and supplies stories to a newspaper published in ...||stringer|
|background, battle area, conducting body, connect with the ground, dregs, earth, first coat of paint, fix, forbid to go out, foundation, give somebody foundation, ground bass, hit a ball to the ground, land for a purpose, land on the ground, land surfa...||ground|
|balsam from tree, Peruvian balsam, tree producing timber and resinous extract||balsam of Peru|
|base and pavement of a road; foundation and material on which a railroad track is built, foundation for road||roadbed|
|base fabric for patchwork, base layer of makeup, substructure; establishing, founding; institution; cosmetic cream used as a base for makeup, charitable or educational organization, establishing of institution or organization, foundation garment, fund ...||foundation|
|base for emulsion, bedrock, essential substance, layer that lies beneath another; material that serves as the foundation for something, nonliving foundation for growing organism, see also:superstratum, set of retained indigenous linguistic features, su...||substratum|
|base for progress, basis, foundation; foothold, place for standing; secure position; stability; terms of a relationship; act of walking, condition of surface, footer, stability of feet, status of somebody, status of something, total||footing|
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