fundament en Español

Pronunciación
s. fundamento, base; fundamentación; trasero

Ejemplos

In addition, the essence of fundament rights is inviolable.
Además, la esencia de los derechos fundamentales es inviolable.
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As Piet Hein Donner, the midwife of the programme, has said, the first principle is the implementation of mutual recognition as the fundament for judicial cooperation.
Como ha dicho Piet Hein Donner, el partero del programa, el primer principio es la aplicación del reconocimiento mutuo como fundamento de la cooperación judicial.
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But I also think that we in the EU care about human rights and believe it to be an essential fundament of our union, as well as a requirement of a world based on international law.
También creo que en la UE nos preocupamos por los derechos humanos y los consideramos un fundamento esencial de nuestra unión, así como un requisito para un mundo basado en el Derecho internacional.
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The cluster participants are convinced that creating the electrical cars market in Poland - basing on the renewable energy sources - is a fundament of the energetic independence.
Los participantes del consorcio están seguros de que el fundamento de la independencia energética es la creación en Polonia del mercado de los coches eléctricos, a base de las fuentes de energía renovables.
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They build the fundament of all activities of Social Watch.
Éstas son el fundamento de todas las actividades de Social Watch.
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The civil concept of the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia is a fundament for the corpus of human rights and fundamental freedoms and the basis for the process of development of rights of persons belonging to communities, both for individual and for collective rights.
La concepción civil de la Constitución de la República de Macedonia es el fundamento en que se basan el conjunto de derechos humanos y libertades fundamentales y el proceso destinado a promover los derechos individuales y colectivos de las personas integrantes de las comunidades.
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The Council endorsed the EU approach on alternative development which will serve as a political fundament in contacts with third countries and international organisations (9597/06).
El Consejo ha aprobado el planteamiento de la UE sobre desarrollo alternativo que servirá de fundamento político a los contactos con terceros países y organizaciones internacionales (9597/06).
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Instead, their special diagnostic and therapeutic methods became the fundament for a scientifically based alternative medicine.
Por el contrario, sus métodos especiales de diagnosis y de terapia se convirtieron en la base fundamental para una medicina alternativa con base científica.
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It is this very premise that can and must be the fundament for the continuation of the negotiation process.
Esta premisa ha de ser el fundamento para la continuación del proceso de negociaciones.
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Several important statutes do exist, such as the Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights, which, in the eyes of the law, lay down a strong broad-based fundament of freedom that cannot easily be shaken off.
Existen sin embargo varias normas legales importantes, como la Carta Magna y la Carta de Derechos, que, a juicio de la ley, establecen un amplio fundamento sólido de libertad que no puede sacudirse fácilmente.
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Sinónimos

lowest support of a structure: foundation, substructure, groundwork, support, understructure, raft foundation, bed, base, foot, construction, structure
the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained: foundation, supposal, basis, groundwork, explanation, supposition, base, meat and potatoes, assumption, cornerstone
the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on: body, bum, seat, stern, keister, tail end, prat, bottom, rear end, buns, tail, tush, rump, fanny, trunk, ass, behind, tooshie, hind end, posterior, hindquarters, butt, nates, rear, arse, buttocks, backside, body part, derriere, can, torso



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