Noun(1) any factor that could be considered important to the understanding of a particular business(2) the lowest tone of a harmonic series
Adjective(1) serving as an essential component(2) being or involving basic facts or principles(3) far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something
(1) However, the YWCA has moved a step beyond this traditional focus in addressing some of the fundamental issues affecting women's lives.(2) This is an issue of the most fundamental importance - treating all human beings with dignity.(3) He said: ├ö├ç├┐Many people think the removal of the fence is fundamental to the success of any dialogue.├ö├ç├û(4) But the issue in California, because Hispanics are so integrated and so fundamental to the society of California, indeed the entire country.(5) The contents offer a crucial test for theories describing the fundamental nature of matter and energy.(6) With its aim of containing the conflict rather than resolving it, the peace process draws the political parties into a dialogue without resolving any big political questions or fundamental differences.(7) But for all the bravado of his pre-budget speech, there was arguably little that Brown could have said to resolve the fundamental contradiction at the heart of his vision for Britain.(8) There are little fundamental differences between the two sects and the basic teachings are those of Mahavira for both sects.(9) Such an interference by a local authority with the right of a person to pursue his livelihood without express statutory sanction raises an issue of fundamental principle.(10) The rhythms and forms of Yoruba religion are said to be fundamental to the development of many types of African-American music, from gospel to blues and jazz, as well as salsa and Latin jazz.(11) After talks on the Treaty broke down in December, there was widespread pessimism that fundamental differences could not be overcome in the short term.(12) Le Terroir, the all-important combination of climate, soil, and grape variety that are fundamental to the creation of champagne, is considered unique.(13) Building local social connections and informal support is fundamental to preventing child abuse and neglect and to building resilience in children and vulnerable families.(14) Said Donohue: ├ö├ç├┐It is about something so fundamental to what we do here at the chamber that we can't walk away from it.├ö├ç├û(15) of fundamental importance(16) Because multiculturalism is fundamental to our mission it needs to be present in both places.
(1) fundamental to :: sylfaenol i
1. basic ::
2. underlying ::
3. profound ::
4. key ::
5. fundamental frequency ::
1. advanced ::
Different Formsfundamental, fundamentalism, fundamentalist, fundamentalists, fundamentally, fundamentals
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