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core

noun (IMPORTANT PART) 重要部分     /kɔːr/ US  /kɔːr/
[S or U] the basic and most important part of something 核心,关键,最重要的部分 The basic lack of government funding is at the core of the problem. 缺乏基本的政府拨款是问题的关键所在。 Places and locationsUnpleasant placesCentres of objectsImportant and essential thingsInformation and messages
core value/belief/issue, etc.
a value, belief, etc. which is basic and more important than any other 核心价值/信仰/问题等 The final status negotiations would focus on the core issues of the peace process. 最终地位的谈判会把重心放在和平进程这一核心问题上。 Opinions, beliefs and points of view
core business/operations/activities
the most important or largest part of a company's business activities, which it depends on in order to continue trading 核心业务 The company's core operations include entertainment and aviation. 公司的核心业务包括娱乐和航空。 Business and commerce - general words
core curriculum/subjects/courses
the most important parts of a course of study, that all students must do 基础课程 Classes, courses and coursework
(Definition of core noun (IMPORTANT PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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