English version

be anchored in something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe anchored in somethingbe anchored in somethingCONNECTED WITHto be strongly connected with a particular system, way of life etc John’s outlook has always been anchored in the political mainstream. anchor
Examples from the Corpus
be anchored in somethingHer personal ideals were anchored in her Irish heritage.The aerodrome was well established, with the headquarters on board the seaplane tender Ark Royal which was anchored in the bay.A tower is anchored in the rock with guy wires that hum in the wind.
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