In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of a subject, science)fundamentos masculinewe learnt the fundamentals of cooking at school — aprendimos los rudimentos / las reglas básicas de cocina en el colegio
- Teaches fundamentals of programming including principles of structured code and top-down design.
- Of course, if the fundamentals of the business have deteriorated I can walk away with just half the losses.
- This book presents fundamentals of conflict resolution and peer mediation in schools.
- It is relevant if we stick to the fundamentals, if we interpret them correctly.
- But good ideas backed by sound fundamentals will usually get a good hearing.
- A return to these fundamentals could be the bedrock of a true religious resurgence.
- This textbook takes a unified view of the fundamentals of wireless communication and explains the web of concepts underpinning these advances at a level accessible to an audience with a basic background in probability and digital communication.
- Even when I was training, the emphasis was always on the basics and fundamentals.
- This ratio adds a market value dimension to the model that isn't based on pure fundamentals.
- It was interesting just seeing how the nitty gritty fundamentals of business works.
- I sit up in the stands with the rest of the team and get a crash course in the game's fundamentals.
- Without arguing, how can you possibly explore the fundamentals of an idea?
- The economic fundamentals suggest that the rupiah is way undervalued.
- This basics course touches on the fundamentals of retirement plans, education savings plans and more.
- Because all that we say and all that we do is based on those fundamentals.
- The young ladies were taught much more than fundamentals, rules and regulations of the game.
- Women play more of a team game based on fundamentals, execution, and good shooting.
- Islam's fundamentals are based on some eternal truths that can easily cope with peripheral polarities.
- While in Guyana, Tambling taught a course on the fundamentals of health.
- It has style and feeling but does not sacrifice the fundamentals of a polished presentation.
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