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(not comparable, US) Situated or happening outside the boundaries of a military base.
(not comparable, baseball, of a baserunner) Positioned somewhere between the bases, and hence vulnerable to being caught out.
(comparable, figuratively, of a person) Mistaken; misguided; somewhat wrong in opinion or judgment.
(comparable, figuratively, of an action, belief, idea, etc) Incorrect or inappropriate; not properly executed, envisioned, or understood.
Both images show the main air base buildings and the main taxiway off base to the caverns.
She won't answer, but just in case the law's got a tap on the line it'll keep 'em off base.
I'll stop you if you get too far off base.
Making the statement "My son started stuttering just before baby came" is usually off-base.
You may see some that seem accurate for you and your children, while others may appear way off base.
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