English to Hindi Dictionary fundamentally

fundamentally

मूलरूप में
definition
adverb
two fundamentally different concepts of democracy
in central or primary respects.
translation of 'fundamentally'
मौलिक रूप से,
मूलतः
adverb
मूलरूप में
example
Such a model of theological discourse is 'fundamentally' pluralistic.
Although many ideas in this work were taken over from Descartes, in one respect he 'fundamentally' disagreed with him.
I know that it is a 'fundamentally' different philosophy to that espoused by Labour.
Federal court, not 'fundamentally' flawed military commissions, is where Hicks belongs.
The two shows were created in 'fundamentally' different circumstances.
It does affect you, though 'fundamentally' , I'm not different from the way I was a year or 10 years ago.
two 'fundamentally' different concepts of democracy
Policy making and managing organisations are generally viewed as 'fundamentally' different.
'fundamentally', this is a matter for doctors
It was very quite last season and there is nothing to suggest it will be 'fundamentally' different this year.
In doing so it is not the Government's intention to alter 'fundamentally' the scope or operation of the law.
Although both versions share similarities, they are 'fundamentally' different.
The indirectly standardised indices currently used are 'fundamentally' flawed in this respect.
'fundamentally', this is a matter for doctors
You are right about how the changing technology 'fundamentally' alters the way we approach media and content.
The media scene is 'fundamentally' different from what it was ten years ago.
Do you think the $100 laptop is a good idea for developing countries or 'fundamentally' flawed?
More 'fundamentally' , it may offend the basic principle that the only point of such a plea is to justify a defamatory meaning.
While I've praised the improvements that Assembly and Senate committees made last week, the bill is still 'fundamentally' flawed in several ways.
Because of their 'fundamentally' different shareholder base, sentiment is not reflected so quickly.
We tweaked and changed it in rehearsal but we didn't alter it 'fundamentally' .
This shift has 'fundamentally' altered both the form and the place of the house in the country house mystery.
For me, 'fundamentally' , I suppose, diversity is about where is truth, where is reality.
two 'fundamentally' different concepts of democracy
It is impossible to improve on the statement that, 'fundamentally' , there is only one love.
Policing research has altered 'fundamentally' during its forty-year history.
Genetic engineering has given us the power 'fundamentally' to alter the biological bases of identity.
We assume everyone is 'fundamentally' alike; we believe circumstances, not culture, drive people's decisions, including decisions about sex and disease.
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