Terjemahan dari rudimentary
elementary, rudimentary, open-and-shut
involving or limited to basic principles.
he received a rudimentary education
sinonim: basic, elementary, primary, fundamental, essential
- basic, elementary, primary, fundamental, essential
- primitive, crude, simple, unsophisticated, rough, rough and ready, makeshift
- vestigial, undeveloped, incomplete, abortive, primitive
- underlying, fundamental
Occasionally babies are born without a thumb or with a rudimentary thumb.
Science has only a rudimentary internal moral navigation system.
The introduction is quite rudimentary , suitable for complete beginners to programming.
One of my proudest achievements as an adult is having picked up a rudimentary understanding of test cricket.
Field commanders were tethered to and limited by a very rudimentary logistics infrastructure.
Mallory had only rudimentary oxygen equipment, no radio, a basic cotton tent and hobnail boots.
He spoke no English until the age of 12 and received only a rudimentary education.
They occur frequently in the mines, which often lack even rudimentary safety equipment such as ventilators to disperse the gas.
The anterior tibial may be absent, rudimentary , or highly developed.
Although there is no substantive evidence of apes having a theory of mind, they may possess its precursor – a rudimentary self-awareness.
In his shabby Cologne apartment in 1973, Brinkmann used rudimentary means to improvise on a few scraps of paper.
Having been brought up in the small village of Snitterfield he is likely to have received only arudimentary education, and seems not to have learned to write.
Still another unusual feature which appeared in some of the later sauropods was rudimentary body armor.
The two events got me thinking about Adam Smith because, in some rudimentary way, they relate to a question of supply and demand.
It has one set of compound eyes like a fly’s, one set of simple, rudimentary eyes, and multiple photoreceptors on its telson.
The French built an infrastructure and created a rudimentary education system.
His rudimentary education prompted Lumumba to appoint him as his secretary for the duration of the negotiations.
Even as embryos, we possess many anatomical features of our future adult bodies, albeit often inrudimentary form.
When I first got into it, the visual language of television animation was very, very rudimentary .
Individuals have large broad heads with rudimentary eyes hidden under the skin.
A large proportion are children who have barely obtained rudimentary education and live in shacks without basic amenities.
In rare cases the first thoracic rib may be rudimentary and similar in appearance to cervical ribs.
The first digit, or dew claw, is rudimentary but clawed and does not contact the ground.
As a result of the mismatches, selection was made according to rudimentary principles.
In remote areas, there are not even roads let alone rudimentary education and health facilities.
There is no evidence that primates have any, even rudimentary , human-like insight into the effect of their communications.
A rudimentary understanding of the inner-workings of cars is recommended but some beginners’ classes start at square one.
In the early seventies, aviation throwbacks would haul their rudimentary hang gliders up some remote hillock and leap off.
The majority lack access to the most rudimentary services – health, education, welfare and even roads.
The imaginal discs now develop into rudimentary adult appendages like wings, legs, and antennae.