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  1. fundamental

    • IPA[fʌndəˈmɛnt(ə)l]

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    • adj.
      forming a necessary base or core; of central importance;affecting or relating to the essential nature of something or the crucial point about an issue
    • n.
      a central or primary rule or principle on which something is based;a fundamental note, tone, or frequency.
    • noun: fundamental, plural noun: fundamentals

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    • adj.
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    • 1. forming a necessary base or core; of central importance:

      the protection of fundamental human rights

      interpretation of evidence is fundamental to the historian's craft

    • 2. affecting or relating to the essential nature of something or the crucial point about an issue:

      the fundamental problem remains that of the housing shortage

    • 3. so basic as to be hard to alter, resolve, or overcome:

      the theories are based on a fundamental error

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a central or primary rule or principle on which something is based:

      two courses cover the fundamentals of microbiology

    • 2. a fundamental note, tone, or frequency.
    • n. one of a set of unrelated units of measurement, which are arbitrarily defined and from which other units are derived. For example, in the SI system the fundamental units are the meter, kilogram, and second.

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    • n. each of a set of unrelated units of measurement, which are arbitrarily defined and from which other units are derived. For example, in the SI system the fundamental units are the metre, kilogram, and second.

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    • n. the lowest frequency which is produced by the oscillation of the whole of an object, as distinct from the harmonics of higher frequency.

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    • n. the tone which represents the fundamental frequency of a vibrating object such as a string or bell.

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    • n. see particle

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    • n. the lowest note of a chord in its original (uninverted) form.

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    • n. the lowest frequency which is produced by the oscillation of the whole of an object, as distinct from the harmonics of higher frequency.

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    • n. the tone which represents the fundamental frequency of a vibrating object such as a string or bell.

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    美式

    • adj.
      forming a necessary base or core; of central importance:
    • the protection of fundamental human rights

      interpretation of evidence is fundamental to the historian's craft

    • n.
      a central or primary rule or principle on which something is based:
    • two courses cover the fundamentals of microbiology

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