fundamental - Ukrainisch
a. основний, корінний, конститутивний, неодмінний, фундаментальний
That is a fundamental consideration.
Freedom is an important fundamental right in our society.
The United States commends Sao Tome and Principe’s commitment to democratic values and fundamental freedoms, as well as your emergence as an advocate for environmental and security issues in Africa.
We are already seeing indications that our updated approach gives us a greater ability to engage other nations in the hemisphere and around the world in promoting respect for fundamental freedoms in Cuba.
The President’s initiatives look forward and are designed to promote changes that support universal human rights and fundamental freedoms for every Cuban, as well as changes that promote our other national interests.
But even while we do so, we will continue, both directly and through diplomatic channels, to encourage our allies to take every public and private opportunity to support increased respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms in Cuba.
Governments are enacting laws that discriminate against LGBT individuals and their allies and restrict their fundamental human rights.
“The United States supports universal suffrage in Hong Kong according to the fundamental law and the aspirations of its people,” he added.
(Voice of America)
(Voice of America)
That is a fundamental question.
That is a fundamental misunderstanding.
serving as an essential component: central, primal, important, cardinal, key, of import
being or involving basic facts or principles: underlying, rudimentary, basic
far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something: important, significant, profound
any factor that could be considered important to the understanding of a particular business: factor
the lowest tone of a harmonic series: first harmonic, harmonic, fundamental frequency