fundamental

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} esas

Erken kalkmak iyi sağlık için esastır. - To keep early hours is fundamental to good health.

Önerilen kanun esasen kusurludur. - The proposed law is fundamentally flawed.

{s} temel

Şimdi temel konuya dönelim. - Let us turn now to the fundamental issue.

Hükümet temel değişiklikler yapmalı. - The government must make fundamental changes.

{s} ana

Kilise ve devletin ayrılması, anayasanın temel ilkelerinden biridir. - The separation of church and state is one of the fundamental principles of the Constitution.

belli başlı
kural
esas kanun
en gerekli
önemli
temel ilke

Kilise ve devletin ayrılması, anayasanın temel ilkelerinden biridir. - The separation of church and state is one of the fundamental principles of the Constitution.

Bir boşanma duyduğumuzda biz bunun o iki kişinin temel ilkeler üzerinde anlaşmaya varma yetersizliğinden kaynaklandığını varsayıyoruz. - When we hear of a divorce we assume that it was caused by the inability of those two people to agree upon fundamentals.

i esaslı
esas itibariyle
kaideye ait
müz en pes nota fundamental rights temel haklar fundamentally z esasen
muz esası bassoda bulunan
i esas
temel/esaslı
{s} temel, esaslı, asıl
elemanter
gerekli
temelli
fundamentally
esasen

Önerilen kanun esasen kusurludur. - The proposed law is fundamentally flawed.

Kitabın dayanağı esasen kusurludur. - The premise of the book is fundamentally flawed.

fundamental analysis
esas analiz
fundamental colour
ana renk
fundamental colour
esas renk
fundamental component
temel bileşen
fundamental form
temel biçim
fundamental frequency
ana frekans
fundamental group
temel türküm
fundamental group
temel öbek
fundamental law
temel kural
fundamental particle
temel parçacık
fundamental principle
temel prensip
fundamental rights
temel haklar
fundamental series
temel seri
fundamental structure
temel yapı
fundamental unit
temel birim
fundamental attribution error
Temel yükleme hatası
fundamental category
temel kategori
fundamental change
köklü değişiklik
fundamental crystal
ana kristal
fundamental disequilibrium
temel dengesizlik
fundamental group
temel grup, temel öbek
fundamental rights
Temel haklar, insanın doğuştan gelen hakları
fundamental wave
temel dalga
fundamental component
temel bilesen
fundamental cutset
temel kesi kumesi
fundamental harmonic
temel katsiklik, birinci katsiklik
fundamental interests
temel çıkarlar
fundamental method of measurement
temel olcum yontemi
fundamental mode
temel kip
fundamental parameter technique
(Nükleer Bilimler) temel parametre yöntemi
fundamental rights of freedoms
temel hak ve özgürlükler
fundamentally
aşırı tutucu olarak
fundamentally
esasında
fundamentally
özünde
fundament
makat
fundament
esas parça
fundament
temel

Senin fikrinle benimki arasında temel bir fark vardır. - There is a fundamental difference between your opinion and mine.

Şimdi temel konuya dönelim. - Let us turn now to the fundamental issue.

fundament
taban
fundamentally
esaslı olarak
fundamentally
esas itibariyle
Fundamentals
temelleri
fundament
{i} anüs
fundament
{i} dip
fundament
{i} kaide
fundament
cogr bir bölgenin coğrafi yapısı
fundament
{i} kıç
fundament
i makat
fundament
(Tıp) Makat, anus
fundamentally
esas olarak
fundamentally
özlü bir şekilde
fundamentally
temel olarak

Sorunun kendisi temel olarak yanlıştır. - The question itself is fundamentally wrong.

İddia temel olarak kusurludur. - The argument is fundamentally flawed.

fundamentally
aslen
fundamentally
temelde

Argüman temelde kusurluydu. - The argument was fundamentally flawed.

İnsanlar temelde duygusaldır. - Humans are fundamentally emotional.

fundamentally
esasi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Pertaining to the foundation or basis; serving for the foundation. Hence: Essential, as an element, principle, or law; important; original; elementary; as, a fundamental truth; a fundamental axiom
A leading or primary principle, rule, law, or article, which serves as the groundwork of a system; essential part, as, the fundamentals of linear algebra
basal
{s} basic, elemental; essential
{a} original, chief, principal, prime
You use fundamental to describe things, activities, and principles that are very important or essential. They affect the basic nature of other things or are the most important element upon which other things depend. Our constitution embodies all the fundamental principles of democracy A fundamental human right is being withheld from these people = basic
Lowest component of a harmonic complex tone
If one thing is fundamental to another, it is absolutely necessary to it, and the second thing cannot exist, succeed, or be imagined without it. The method they pioneered remains fundamental to research into the behaviour of nerve cells. = vital
 Of a periodic wave, the sinusoidal component, i e , Fourier component, having the lowest frequency   Note: Every periodic waveform may be expressed as the summation of the fundamental and its harmonics   For example, a square wave may be expressed as the summation of sine waves equal in frequency to the fundamental and all odd harmonics, each frequency having an appropriate amplitude and phase   A pure sinusoidal wave has only one component, i e , the fundamental Contrast with harmonic, overtone
That which is basic and essential A "fundamental change" in a person takes place at the very center of being
Hence: Essential, as an element, principle, or law; important; original; elementary; as, a fundamental truth; a fundamental axiom
Fundamental
The lowest frequency partial which is present in a (normally) musical sound See also Harmonic, Inharmonic
far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something; "the fundamental revolution in human values that has occurred"; "the book underwent fundamental changes"; "committed the fundamental error of confusing spending with extravagance"; "profound social changes
In bell tuning, an alternative name for the prime partial This name is not used by some on the grounds that, unlike in other instruments, the fundamental is not the lowest frequency partial of a bell
You can use fundamental to show that you are referring to what you consider to be the most important aspect of a situation, and that you are not concerned with less important details. The fundamental problem lies in their inability to distinguish between reality and invention = basic. fundamental theorem of algebra fundamental theorem of arithmetic fundamental theorem of calculus fundamental interaction
serving as an essential component; "a cardinal rule"; "the central cause of the problem"; "an example that was fundamental to the argument"; "computers are fundamental to modern industrial structure"
Any note that sounds, producing overtones in the harmonic series
The first, lowest note of a harmonic series The Fundamental frequency determines a sound's overall pitch
The frequency being played in a musical note
1 The frequency from which a harmonic series is built 2 The lowest member of a harmonic series Discussion: Usually, the fundamental is the frequency whose wavelength is the same as the length of the instrument (in winds) or string
Pertaining to the foundation or basis; serving for the foundation
You use fundamental to describe something which exists at a deep and basic level, and is therefore likely to continue. But on this question, the two leaders have very fundamental differences = profound
As with most of Francis D K Ching's publications, this is a fundamental resource to the student of architecture, as well as the practicing professional The practice of architecture is intrinscially tied to the ability of the Architect to communicate complex ideas to a myriad of persons To be succesful at this communication, one needs to be conversant in both the written/spoken language of architecture as well as the illustrative language of drawing The Visual Dictionary exemplifies this concept Organized around 68 essential concepts of design and construction - concisely written and beautifully illustrated - Francis Ching brings forth clarity in communication rarely experienced in the world of design and construction I use this book in teaching, in practice, in reference, and in simple enjoyment Again, a fundamental resource for the reference shelf - although it rarely sits on the shelf
the rule or principle which serves as a basis basic
August 2, 2001 Reviewer: from Charlotte, NC United States As with most of Francis D K Ching's publications, this is a fundamental resource to the student of architecture, as well as the practicing professional The practice of architecture is intrinscially tied to the ability of the Architect to communicate complex ideas to a myriad of persons To be succesful at this communication, one needs to be conversant in both the written/spoken language of architecture as well as the illustrative language of drawing The Visual Dictionary exemplifies this concept Organized around 68 essential concepts of design and construction - concisely written and beautifully illustrated - Francis Ching brings forth clarity in communication rarely experienced in the world of design and construction I use this book in teaching, in practice, in reference, and in simple enjoyment Again, a fundamental resource for the reference shelf - although it rarely sits on the shelf Was this review helpful to you?
In audio the fundamental is the frequency of the root, or core pitch making up a pitched sound Except for a few special cases the fundamental is always the lowest frequency making up any pitched sound and is generally the strongest pitch we hear (in a strict Physics sense the fundamental is, by definition, the lowest pitch of a sound) Most sounds are comprised of a combination of a fundamental pitch and various multiples of it known as harmonics When harmonics are added to the fundamental, which occurs in almost all naturally occurring sounds, the character of the sound is changed The relationship between the fundamental and the harmonics are what gives each sound its basic timbre
The lowest common factor in a series of harmonic partials The fundamental frequency of a periodic waveform is the reciprocal of its period
Basic Honesty is a fundamental if you wish to be considered reliable
The lowest frequency tone in a harmonic series Determines the pitch
the lowest tone of a harmonic series
The lowest frequency of a note in a complex wave form or chord
{i} principle, basis, essential; fundamental note, lowest note of a chord (Music)
The principal or lowest tone produced by a vibrating string, membrane, column of air, etc See Section 1 6
being or involving basic facts or principles; "the fundamental laws of the universe"; "a fundamental incompatibility between them"; "these rudimentary truths"; "underlying principles"
Conventional ultrasound scanning mode; grayscale imaging
the lowest tone of a harmonic series being or involving basic facts or principles; "the fundamental laws of the universe"; "a fundamental incompatibility between them"; "these rudimentary truths"; "underlying principles"
A leading or primary principle, rule, law, or article, which serves as the groundwork of a system; essential part, as, the fundamentals of the Christian faith
The tuned frequency and (almost always) the lowest frequency that is present in the sounding of a pitch by a musical instrument
The lowest frequency produced by a musical tone source That harmonic component of a wave which has the lowest frequency
pg 85, par 1
The lowest harmonic of a given tone or musical sound A pitch consists of a dominant frequency, as well as multiples of this frequency These additional frequencies are the harmonics It is the number and characteristics of the harmonics that help create timbre
Genus: Attribute (of an attribute) Differentia: Within a context, the most important characteristic Link: Article
fundamental analysis
An analysis of a business with the goal of financial projections in terms of income statement, financial statements and health, its management and competitive advantages, and its competitors and markets
fundamental constant
any of a set of physical quantities that play a fundamental role in basic theories
fundamental force
any of the fundamental forces that act between elementary particles; each one is associated with an exchanged particle
fundamental group
The group whose elements are homotopy classes of images of the closed interval in a specified topological space, such that the endpoints are both mapped to a designated point, and whose operation is concatenation
fundamental interaction
any of the fundamental forces that act between elementary particles; each one is associated with an exchanged particle
fundamental interactions
plural form of fundamental interaction
fundamental particle
any of the subatomic particles that does not consist of other, smaller particles; the gauge bosons, leptons and quarks
fundamental particles
plural form of fundamental particle
fundamental attribution error
In attribution theory, the fundamental attribution error (also known as correspondence bias or overattribution effect) is the tendency for people to over-emphasize dispositional, or personality-based, explanations for behaviors observed in others while under-emphasizing situational explanations. In other words, people have an unjustified tendency to assume that a person's actions depend on what "kind" of person that person is rather than on the social and environmental forces influencing the person. Overattribution is less likely, perhaps even inverted, when people explain their own behavior; this discrepancy is called the actor-observer bias
fundamental rights
Fundamental rights are a generally-regarded set of entitlements in the context of a legal system, wherein such system is itself said to be based upon this same set of basic, fundamental, or inalienable entitlements or "rights."
fundamental breach
basic violation, violation of a basic condition of a contract
fundamental change
radical alteration, basic change
fundamental color
primary color, basic color
fundamental commitments
basic and integral obligations
fundamental condition
basic term or provision, elementary qualification, principal requirement
fundamental disequilibrium
significant and continuous gap or state of imbalance
fundamental freedom
basic freedom, essential right
fundamental interaction
In physics, the effect of any of the four fundamental forces gravitational, electromagnetic, strong, and weak. All known natural forces can be traced to these fundamental interactions. Gravitation is the attractive force between any two objects that have mass; it causes objects to fall to the ground and maintains the orbits of planets around the Sun. Electromagnetic force is responsible for the attraction and repulsion between electric charges and explains the chemical behaviour of atoms and the properties of light. The strong force binds quarks together in protons, neutrons, and other hadrons and also holds the protons and neutrons of an atomic nucleus together, overcoming the repulsion of the positively charged protons for each other. The weak force is observed in certain forms of radioactive decay (see radioactivity) and in reactions that fuel the Sun and other stars
fundamental law
law determining the fundamental political principles of a government
fundamental problem
basic problem
fundamental quantity
one of the four quantities that are the basis of systems of measurement
fundamental question
basic issue, essential point in question
fundamental research
The research of data that pertain to the historical and estimated earnings, past and future growth rates, company business, earnings analysts' ratings, and other data that helps to evaluate the value of a business (Click your browser's back arrow to return )
fundamental research
Refer to Definition of Fundamental Research
fundamental research
Analysis of industries and companies based on such factors as sales, assets, earnings, products or services, markets and management As applied to the economy, fundamental research includes consideration of gross national product, interest rates, unemployment, inventories, savings, etc
fundamental term
principle condition whose violation is as if a contract was violated
fundamental theorem of algebra
Theorem of equations proved by Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1799. It states that every polynomial equation of degree n with complex number coefficients has n roots, or solutions, in the complex numbers
fundamental theorem of arithmetic
Fundamental principle of number theory proved by Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1801. It states that any integer greater than 1 can be expressed as the product of prime numbers in only one way
fundamental theorem of calculus
Basic principle of calculus. It relates the derivative to the integral and provides the principal method for evaluating definite integrals (see differential calculus; integral calculus). In brief, it states that any function that is continuous (see continuity) over an interval has an antiderivative (a function whose rate of change, or derivative, equals the function) on that interval. Further, the definite integral of such a function over an interval a x b is the difference F(b) -F(a), where F is an antiderivative of the function. This particularly elegant theorem shows the inverse function relationship of the derivative and the integral and serves as the backbone of the physical sciences. It was articulated independently by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
fundamental value
basic worth, underlying worth, essential importance or usefulness
first fundamental form
the Riemannian metric for 2-dimensional manifolds, i.e. given a surface with regular parametrization x(u,v), the first fundamental form is a set of three functions, {E, F, G}, dependent on u and v, which give information about local intrinsic curvature of the surface. These functions are given by
fundament
Foundation
fundamentals
{i} basics
fundament
{n} the hinder part
fundamentally
{a} originally, effentially, chiefly
fundament
underlying basis or principle for a theoretical or mathematical system
fundament
The part of the body upon which one sits; the buttocks; specifically, the anus
fundament
lowest support of a structure; "it was built on a base of solid rock"; "he stood at the foot of the tower"
fundament
The part of the body on which one sits; the buttocks; specifically Anat
fundament
{i} physical characteristics of a geographical area; buttocks, posterior
fundament
the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
fundament
the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained; "the whole argument rested on a basis of conjecture"
fundament
the anus
fundamentally
in a fundamental manner, basically, essentially
fundamentally
You use fundamentally to indicate that something affects or relates to the deep, basic nature of something. He disagreed fundamentally with the President's judgment Environmentalists say the treaty is fundamentally flawed. = profoundly. in every way that is important or basic
fundamentally
to the very core of the matter
fundamentally
Primarily; originally; essentially; radically; at the foundation; in origin or constituents
fundamentally
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
emphasis You use fundamentally for emphasis when you are stating an opinion, or when you are making an important or general statement about something. Fundamentally, women like him for his sensitivity and charming vulnerability He can be very charming, but he is fundamentally a bully = basically
fundamentals
The fundamentals of something are its simplest, most important elements, ideas, or principles, in contrast to more complicated or detailed ones. teaching small children the fundamentals of road safety They agree on fundamentals, like the need for further political reform. = basics. the most important ideas, rules etc that something is based on
fundamentals
Characteristics of a company, such as revenue growth, earnings growth, financial strength, market share, and quality of management
fundamentals
plural of fundamental
fundamentals
market analysis involving factors that affect prices such as economics, stock dividends, and weather
fundamentals
principles from which other truths can be derived; "first you must learn the fundamentals"; "let's get down to basics
fundamentals
principles from which other truths can be derived; "first you must learn the fundamentals"; "let's get down to basics"
fundamentals
The macro economic factors that are accepted as forming the foundation for the relative value of a currency, these include inflation, growth, trade balance, government deficit, and interest rates
fundamentals
The macro economic factors that are accepted as forming the foundation for the relative value of a currency, these include: inflation, growth, trade balance, government deficit, and interest rates
fundamentals
Name given to the 40 hr basic co-counselling training
fundamentals
{i} system of ideas or principals which serve as a base or foundation
fundamental