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Synonyms for fundamental

Synonyms for fundamental

arising from or going to the root or source

of or being an irreducible element

constituting or forming part of the essence of something

a fundamental irreducible constituent of a whole

a fundamental principle or underlying concept

a broad and basic rule or truth

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any factor that could be considered important to the understanding of a particular business

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the lowest tone of a harmonic series

serving as an essential component

being or involving basic facts or principles

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far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something

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Tickets to the 2013 Garden Party, benefitting Fundamental Learning Center, are $75 per person, which includes entertainment in an idyllic setting of Botanica Gardens, a dinner buffet, and a signature cocktail.
All prizes will be awarded for past achievements in the field of fundamental physics with special attention to recent developments.
For example: Are the four basic forces of nature--the electromagnetic force, the weak force that controls nuclear decays, the strong force that holds atomic nuclei together, and gravity--variations of a single, more fundamental force?
In contrast to the improving fundamentals in a number of the major emerging market economies, all too many of the developed economies have allowed their economic fundamentals to deteriorate in a disturbing manner.
The Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) offers an extraordinary opportunity for fundamental neutron physics (FNP).
Based on the knowledge profile, we can define the fundamental sign as
The alternative PIPE deal is called a "technical deal," where investors invest based not upon "actuals" but on future prospects, and thus prefer equity ownership down the road, at liquidation, when the firm's fundamentals are likely to be stronger.
The fundamentals of money management can help people make smart decisions that promote their own well-being and, on a broader scale, foster a more efficient economy.
Thus the higher authority is the nation, committed to preserving itself through the effective education of its young, that has a fundamental role in providing and supporting education.
The two researchers define a fundamental motive as "a universal end goal that accounts for psychologically significant behavior" (Reiss and Havercamp, 1998, p.
One of the fundamental assumptions of classical test theory is that the error terms of each test item are uncorrelated (Nunnally & Bernstein, 1994).
BoxerMath: Fundamental Math introduces basic math concepts to students in grades 3-5.
how technology developments are forcing RIM professionals to redefine their fundamental role in the organization
In what follows I consider Wheeler's and LaFollette's interpretations of the notion of a fundamental right.
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