In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(basically)esencialmentefundamentalmentewe're essentially in agreement — en lo fundamental / esencial estamos de acuerdo
- He was essentially a private person who supported Dorothy and he was kind and caring.
- I found it sad that the success of the film essentially destroyed him and his career.
- It is essentially the same gas you might use to power a barbecue.
- This is essentially a rather boring trade fair designed to give people in the media a few days out of London.
- Of course it's a lot more complicated in the detail but this is essentially the situation.
- Like most great radicals he was essentially a loner with a gift of the gab and rage in his heart.
- This was essentially used to support the policies of the then government.
- Both were essentially protest parties destined to remain on the fringes of the debate.
- It seems quite strange that what is essentially a car boot sale happens at night.
- To say that God is timeless is essentially to say that God is located outside time.
- It's hard enough to make one good album, so to get two out of essentially the same material is a tall order.
- They prey on the vulnerable, essentially, and they get vast sums of money out of some people.
- It is essentially a family company that has come upon hard times.
- In its layout and style it is essentially the same as it was in the early part of the last century.
- I think there are, essentially, two sorts of issues that need to be dealt with in reviews.
- Going with friends is pointless because essentially casino gambling is not a team sport.
- Political correctness is essentially an etiquette, a series of codes by which we are supposed to live our lives.
- It is essentially a family day with lots of events for the enjoyment of young and old.
- I took the view that the second and third questions were essentially questions of law.
- I would not say that violence is essentially evil unless you view human nature as evil.
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