Bedrock
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Bedrock est un mot d'origine anglaise qui peut désigner plusieurs choses :

  • Bedrock est utilisé en géologie pour désigner la croûte terrestre.
  • Bedrock est le nom anglais de la ville de "Caillouville", ville imaginaire où vivent les personnages de la série The Flinstones (les Pierrafeu). Au Québec, la ville s'appelle « Saint-Granite ».
  • Bedrock Records est une société anglaise de production de disques.
  • Bedrock est le minerai indestructible dans le jeu Minecraft, il est situé au plus profond de la carte.

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  • Bedrock — is the native consolidated rock underlying the surface of a terrestrial planet, usually the Earth. Above the bedrock is usually an area of broken and weathered unconsolidated rock in the basal subsoil. The top of the bedrock is known as rockhead… …   Wikipedia

  • bedrock — index center (essence), foundation (basis) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • bedrock — (n.) also bed rock, 1850, from BED (Cf. bed) (n.) + ROCK (Cf. rock) (n.). Figurative use by 1869; as an adjective by 1881 …   Etymology dictionary

  • bedrock — ► NOUN 1) solid rock underlying loose deposits such as soil. 2) the fundamental principles on which something is based …   English terms dictionary

  • bedrock — ☆ bedrock [bed′räk΄ ] n. 1. solid rock beneath the soil and superficial rock 2. a secure foundation 3. the very bottom 4. basic principles or facts …   English World dictionary

  • bedrock — [[t]be̱drɒk[/t]] 1) N SING The bedrock of something is the principles, ideas, or facts on which it is based. Mutual trust is the bedrock of a relationship... Working class voters form the bedrock of Labour s support. ...the bedrock principles of… …   English dictionary

  • bedrock — 1. n. fundamentals; solid facts. □ Let’s get down to bedrock and quit wasting time. □ This is bedrock the truth. 2. mod. fundamental. □ You’ve been avoiding the bedrock issues all your life. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • bedrock — I. noun Date: 1850 1. the solid rock underlying unconsolidated surface materials (as soil) 2. a. lowest point ; nadir b. basis II. adjective Date: 1894 solidly fundamental, basic, or reliable …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bedrock — /bed rok /, n. 1. Geol. unbroken solid rock, overlaid in most places by soil or rock fragments. 2. bottom layer; lowest stratum. 3. any firm foundation or basis: Technical courses will be founded on a bedrock of sound, general education so as to… …   Universalium

  • bedrock — bed|rock [ bed,rak ] noun singular 1. ) the ideas and principles on which a belief or system is based: CORNERSTONE: bedrock of: These are the principles that form the bedrock of American society. 2. ) the solid rock under the ground that supports …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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