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  • However, beauty cannot be reduced to any more basic set of features.
  • Basic types of these store only one number at a time.
  • The basic unit of local government is the town chief.
  • Their applications are seen in more basic economic systems as well.
  • These range from basic circuit theory to the management skills required of project manager.
  • Rural areas generally have basic drinking water systems with limited capacity for water treatment.
  • In the first season of most series of Big Brother, the house was very basic.
  • The government began to restore some law and order, and to start basic public services.
  • She brought with her the necessary basics for them to set up a home.
  • The results from basic research studies are generally less immediately useful to patients with the disease.
  • This brought with it that he was almost fully occupied in teaching the basic courses.
  • He claimed there are two basic styles a teacher uses when speaking to the students.
  • Basic English is an example, but it failed to make progress.
  • The treaty provided the basic agreement for the boundary between the eventually independent nations.
  • Some of the most basic rules are the following.
  • The government largely funds basic education comprising public primary schools and public junior high schools.
  • There are three basic forms of contemporary street performance.
  • It was originally a text-based game written in BASIC.
  • He learned the basics from his father, but other than that he was self-taught.
  • At the station, radio students learn first hand about the basics of running a radio station.
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Root form of basics is basic for the noun.

Meaning of basics

  • noun A statement of fundamental facts or principles
  • noun A popular programming language that is relatively easy to learn; an acronym for beginner's all-purpose symbolic instruction code; no longer in general use
  • noun (usually plural) a necessary commodity for which demand is constant