♦ fundamental

♦ fundamental
♦ fundamental /fʌndəˈmɛntl/
A a.
1 fondamentale; basilare; essenziale; primario: a fundamental rule, una regola fondamentale; fundamental human rights, diritti umani fondamentali; fundamental research, ricerca fondamentale (o di base); fundamental to st., essenziale per qc.
2 di fondo; sostanziale; fondamentale: a fundamental error, un errore di fondo; fundamental differences, differenze di fondo (o sostanziali)
3 (mus.) fondamentale: fundamental note, nota fondamentale
4 elementare; fondamentale: (fis.) fundamental particle, particella elementare; (fis.) fundamental frequency, frequenza fondamentale
B n.
1 (di solito al pl.) fondamento; elemento essenziale; base: the fundamentals of education, le basi dell'istruzione
2 (mus.) nota fondamentale; tonica
3 (fis.) fondamentale; prima armonica
● (econ., fin.) fundamental analysis, analisi fondamentale (o dei fondamentali)
fundamentality
n. [u]
l'essere fondamentale (o basilare).

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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