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fun·da·men·tal

 (fŭn′də-mĕn′tl)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to the foundation or base; elementary: the fundamental laws of the universe.
b. Forming or serving as an essential component of a system or structure; central: an example that was fundamental to the argument.
c. Of great significance or entailing major change: a book that underwent fundamental revision.
2. Of or relating to the lowest possible frequency or the lowest frequency component of a vibrating element, system, periodic wave, or quantity: a fundamental chord.
3. Music Having the root in the bass: a fundamental chord.
n.
1. Something that is an essential or necessary part of a system or object.
2. The lowest frequency of a periodically varying quantity or of a vibrating system.

fun′da·men′tal·ly adv.

fundamentally

(ˌfʌndəˈmɛntəlɪ)
adv
1. in a way that affects the basis or essentials; utterly: the terms of engagement have been fundamentally altered.
2. (sentence modifier) in essence; at heart: fundamentally, we want our lives to be safe.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fundamentally - in essence; at bottom or by one's (or its) very nature; "He is basically dishonest"; "the argument was essentially a technical one"; "for all his bluster he is in essence a shy person"

fundamentally

adverb
1. basically, at heart, at bottom Fundamentally, women like him for his sensitivity.
2. essentially, radically, basically, primarily, profoundly, intrinsically He disagreed fundamentally with her judgement.

fundamentally

adverb
In regard to the essence of a matter:
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fundamentally

[ˌfʌndəˈmentəlɪ] ADV
1. (= basically) → básicamente, en lo fundamental
the situation remains fundamentally the samebásicamente or en lo fundamental, la situación no cambia
fundamentally, your children are your responsibilitybásicamente, sus hijos son responsabilidad suya
he is still fundamentally optimistic about the situationbásicamente sigue sintiéndose optimista en cuanto a la situación
2. (= profoundly) → fundamentalmente
their lifestyle is fundamentally different to ourssu forma de vida es fundamentalmente distinta a la nuestra
there is something fundamentally wrong in what he sayshay un error fundamental en lo que dice
it is fundamentally important that this project continueses de vital importancia or es fundamental que el proyecto siga adelante
3. (= intrinsically) → intrínsecamente

fundamentally

[ˌfʌndəˈmɛntəli] adv
(= basically) → fondamentalement
(= in a major way) → fondamentalement

fundamentally

adv
(= essentially)im Grunde (genommen); different, wrong, flawedgrundlegend; fundamentally different viewsgrundlegend or von Grund auf unterschiedliche Ansichten; the treaty is fundamentally flawedder Vertrag enthält grundlegende Fehler; fundamentally, he is a bullyer ist im Grunde genommen ein Tyrann; is man fundamentally good?ist der Mensch im Grunde gut?; fundamentally importantvon grundlegender Bedeutung
(= radically) change, affectgrundlegend; disagreegrundsätzlich; I am fundamentally opposed to itich bin grundsätzlich dagegen; we differ quite fundamentally on thiswir haben dazu grundverschiedene Ansichten

fundamentally

[ˌfʌndəˈmɛntəlɪ] advfondamentalmente, essenzialmente

fundamental

(fandəˈmentl) adjective
of great importance; essential; basic. Respect for law and order is fundamental to a peaceful society.
noun
a basic or essential part of any thing. Learning to read is one of the fundamentals of education.
ˌfundaˈmentally adverb
He was fundamentally honest.
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