fundamentals

noun
ADJECTIVE
basic, underlying
good (AmE), solid (esp. AmE), sound, strong (esp. AmE)

The figures confirm that Brazil's sound economic fundamentals remain in place.

very

The new law strikes at the very fundamentals of a free press.

business, economic
VERB + FUNDAMENTALS
teach
grasp, learn, master, understand

We quickly mastered the basic fundamentals of navigation.

go back to, return to (both esp. AmE)

The government went back to fundamentals, concentrating on avoiding food shortages.

change, improve

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