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essentialadjective

uk   us   /ɪˈsen.ʃəl/
B1 necessary or needed: Government support will be essential if the project is to succeed. There is essential work to be done before the building can be re-occupied. Water is essential for/to living things. It is essential (that) our prices remain competitive. [+ to infinitive] For the experiment to be valid, it is essential to record the data accurately.
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essentialnoun [C usually plural]

uk   us   /ɪˈsen.ʃəl/
a basic thing that you cannot live without: Because I live in a remote village, I regard my car as an essential. When we go on holiday, we only take the bare essentials. This leaflet will give you the essentials of how to prepare for a hurricane.
Traducciones de “essential”
en árabe جَوْهَري, أَساسي…
en coreano 본질적인…
in Malaysian penting…
en francés essentiel…
en turco önemli, gerekli, zaruri…
en italiano essenziale…
en chino (tradicionál) 必要的,必不可少的…
en ruso необходимый, обязательный, существенно важный…
en polaco niezbędny, konieczny, zasadniczy…
in Vietnamese thiết yếu…
en español esencial, imprescindible…
en portugués essencial…
in Thai จำเป็น…
en alemán wesentlich…
en catalán fonamental…
en japonés 不可欠な…
in Indonesian penting…
en chino (simplificado) 必要的,必不可少的…
(Definition of essential from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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