underpinning

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  • Info In construction or renovation, underpinning is the process of strengthening the foundation of an existing building or other structure.
  • New Labour also made many changes to the election administration underpinning the way that elections are run.
  • There was a clear line of development in her work that was always underpinned by her interest in educational work.
  • This underpins both the academic and the social education of the students.
  • His work placed him as favourable to economic growth and change underpinned by good planning.
  • Chinese progress has been underpinned by large government support and testing competition in numerous tough events.
  • A long-standing economic agreement underpins a close relationship with India.
  • They form an important theoretical underpinning for software engineering, especially where safety or security is involved.
  • This meant that the area under the building site was underpinned by large wood beams.
  • Underpinning its success is an economic system designed to work in areas of deprivation.
  • It was agreed that only by extensive underpinning could the work be accomplished. Cited from Winchester, by Sidney Heath
  • The more recent economic history is underpinned by a move away from railway works and heavy industry towards becoming a significant commercial and cultural centre.
  • This process was continued until the tower walls were underpinned.
  • Planning through the military decision-making process underpins this phase.
  • At the same time piling work was done to underpin the remaining building.
  • Retail business and the electrical engineering industry underpin the town's economic life.
  • A final issue of some importance is the need for underpinning support from the host institution or organisation.
  • To this day it underpins the social heart of the building, perhaps waiting for a more promising future.
  • They can also underpin and justify the concept of revolution as now understood.
  • The Chinese progress has been underpinned by large government support and testing competition in numerous tough events.
  • Then there's another kind of loyalty which is one underpinning personal human relationships.
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Root form of underpinning is underpin for the verb.

Words starting with underpinning

Meaning of underpinning

  • verb Support from beneath