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Translation of "fundamental" - English-Spanish dictionary

fundamental

adjective /fandəˈmentl/
of great importance; essential; basic
fundamental
Respect for law and order is fundamental to a peaceful society.
fundamentally adverb
fundamentalmente, básicamente, en esencia
He was fundamentally honest.
fundamentalism noun the practice of following the laws of a religion very strictly
fundamentalismo
Muslim fundamentalism.
the belief held by some Christians that everything in the Bible is completely true.
integrismo
fundamentalist noun
fundamentalista, integrista
Translations of “fundamental”
in Arabic أساسي…
in Korean 근본적인…
in Malaysian asas…
in French fondamental…
in Turkish temel, asıl, esas…
in Italian fondamentale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 基礎的, 基本的, 主要的…
in Russian фундаментальный, существенный…
in Polish podstawowy, zasadniczy…
in Vietnamese cơ bản, chủ yếu…
in Portuguese fundamental…
in Thai ที่เป็นพื้นฐาน…
in German grundlegend…
in Catalan fonamental…
in Japanese 根本的な…
in Indonesian sangat penting…
in Chinese (Simplified) 基础的, 基本的, 主要的…
(Definition of fundamental from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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