based around, based off of vs based on : Common Errors in English

based around based off of or based on

You can build a structure around a center; but bases go on the bottom of things, so you can’t base something around something else. Similarly, you can build something off of a starting point, but you can’t base anything off of anything. Something is always based on something else.
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