Definition Of foundation

noun

an underlying basis or principle for something.

this idea is the foundation of all modern economics

the action of establishing an institution or organization on a permanent basis, especially with an endowment.

Larry was given a special Comhaltas award last year for his extraordinary service to the organisation since its foundation in 1951.

the lowest load-bearing part of a building, typically below ground level.

As Fry cut the vinyl siding, the parkland around him was bustling with construction teams pouring concrete and building solid new foundations .

Example Of foundation

  • foundation cream

  • After evening out my skin tone with foundation and powder, Veronica dusted on a light bronzer for color and a soft pink blush to give my cheeks a rosy glow.

  • And the president has laid a solid foundation for economic growth.

  • Apply your usual foundation make-up or powder to cover any imperfections and even out your skin tone.

  • build the arch resting on top of this solid foundation


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