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/ˌfəndəˈmentl/,
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fundamentals, plural;
  1. A central or primary rule or principle on which something is based
    • - two courses cover the fundamentals of microbiology
  2. A fundamental note, tone, or frequency


  1. principles from which other truths can be derived; "first you must learn the fundamentals"; "let's get down to basics"
  2. The Fundamentals or The Fundamentals: A Testimony To The Truth edited by A. C. Dixon and later by Reuben Archer Torrey is a set of 90 essays in 12 volumes published from 1910 to 1915 by the Bible Institute of Los Angeles. ...
  3. 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.
  4. a series of classes, usually one night (or daytime) a week for several weeks, which are used to teach the basic knowledge and skills of how to be a Co-counselor.  A Fundamentals class must usually be completed before joining an RC community or taking part in RC workshops.
  5. Any factor that could be considered important to the understanding of a particular business.  See real estate fundamentals.
  6. by looking at the economics of a business, the balance sheet, the income statement, management and cash flow, investors are looking at a company's fundamentals. This helps determine a company's health as well as its growth prospects. ...
  7. refer to relevant factors or data that influence the value of a particular security, such as a company's stock or a country's currency. In the case of a stock, for example, the company's sales, earnings, debt and dividend prospects are fundamentals that would affect share price. ...
  8. Fundamentals determine a company, currency or security's value. A company's fundamentals include its assets, debt, revenue, earnings and growth.
  9. basic equipment skills such as drop spins on the flag or handspins on the rifle.  These skills are usually taught to beginning students during their first rehearsals and then are practiced with all levels of students during subsequent sessions prior to practicing work used in routines. ...
  10. Tao · De · Xiulian Taijitu This article is about the Chinese character. ...
  11. The macroeconomic factors affecting currency markets.
  12. The study of basic underlying economic factors which apply to the state of business.
  13. economic factors (GDP, Employment, Trade Balance, and so on) that can influence prices in financial markets.
  14. Basic components of good skiing.
  15. the basic skills of soccer.
  16. Factors that are “fundamental” to the operations of a firm’s business, its profitability, operating costs,  technical innovations, product prices, etc.