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the fundamentals (of something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe fundamentals (of something)the fundamentals (of something)BASICthe most important ideas, rules etc that something is based on an introduction to the fundamentals of design and print production fundamentals
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the fundamentals (of something)But the fundamentals of low inflation and low growth failed to assuage the bond market yesterday.Following the introductory chapter, the fundamentals of the law of contract are discussed and related to computer technology.Virtually everywhere, the fundamentals are sound: the number of older people is growing and they are spending more on leisure.Granted, the fundamentals that ultimately determine stock-market value are favorable; there is no reason for bearish growls.In Chapter 14 I sketch out the fundamentals of a structuralist theory of truth.These recipes are simply a starting point and provide the fundamentals.Since the fundamentals are almost never equivalent, a world of fixed exchange rates requires periodic exchange rate adjustments.As you become more comfortable with the fundamentals, the complicated bits become easier.
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