necessity, essential, requirement, requisite, necessary(adj)
"food and shelter are necessities of life"; "the essentials of the good life"; "allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions"; "a place where the requisites of water fuel and fodder can be obtained"
absolutely necessary; vitally necessary
"essential tools and materials"; "funds essential to the completion of the project"; "an indispensable worker"
basic and fundamental
"the essential feature"
all-important(a), all important(p), crucial, essential, of the essence(p)(adj)
of the greatest importance
"the all-important subject of disarmament"; "crucial information"; "in chess cool nerves are of the essence"
being or relating to or containing the essence of a plant etc
defining rights and duties as opposed to giving the rules by which rights and duties are established
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Inherent signifies permanently united as an element or original quality, naturally existent or incorporated in something so as to have become an integral part. Immanent is a philosophic word, to denote that which dwells in or pervades any substance or spirit without necessarily being a part of it, and without reference to any working out (compare SUBJECTIVE). That which is inherent is an inseparable part of that in which it inheres, and is usually thought of with reference to some outworking or effect; as, an inherent difficulty. God is said to be immanent (not inherent) in the universe. Frequently intrinsic and inherent can be interchanged, but inherent applies to qualities, while intrinsic applies to essence, so that to speak of intrinsic excellence conveys higher praise than if we say inherent excellence. Inherent and intrinsic may be said of persons or things; congenital, inborn, inbred, innate, apply to living beings. Congenital is frequent in medical and legal use with special application to defects; as, congenital idiocy. Innate and inborn are almost identical, but innate is preferred in philosophic use, as when we speak of innate ideas; that which is inborn, congenital, or innate may be original with the individual, but that which is inbred is inherited. Ingrained signifies dyed in the grain, and denotes that which is deeply wrought into substance or character.
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essential because they are the ones with the heart chosen to stand
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List of paraphrases for "essential":
vital, indispensable, crucial, critical, fundamental, key, basic, necessary, important, imperative, core, main, pivotal, central, major, integral, substantial, paramount, primary, mission-critical, bulk, instrumental, needed, significant, decisive, essence, required, indispensible
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How to use essential in a sentence?
It is unreasonable to expect that the The United States government should deny their population access to drugs manufactured in the USA, these laws also exist in many other countries, and indeed the UK government has enacted laws to prohibit the export of essential medicines from the UK in this same situation.
Getting patient application right is absolutely essential, at Simprints we do three things to get that right. First we don't work with patient medical records, so we never store or hold access to patient data. That's all held by the organizations we work with. Second we never transmit raw fingerprint images, so we actually do the extraction process where we take a fingerprint image and turn it into a template. We do that on the scanner itself, meaning that the fingerprint image never leaves the scanner. Third we use the same level of encryptions that we use in online banking or financial transactions that secure any data that passes between the phone and the server.
Success will depend on Albania's resolve to continue with reforms in an inclusive way and make them irreversible, it is important that Albania pursues a comprehensive, inclusive and consistent justice reform process which is essential to increase public trust in the judiciary.
On the basis of a final compliance notice... the EWG agreed that the Greek authorities have now completed the first set of milestones and the financial sector measures that are essential for a successful recapitalization process, the agreement paves the way for the formal approval by the ESM Board of Directors on Monday 23 November of disbursing the 2 billion euro sub-tranche linked to the first set of milestones.
I believe it's essential that the United States maintain and strengthen the post-World War II alliances that have been carefully built by leaders in both parties, we must also maintain a clear-eyed understanding of our friends and foes, and recognize that nations like Russia are among the latter.
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- основен, необходим, важен, същественBulgarian
- essencialCatalan, Valencian
- esence, nepostradatelný, nezbytnost, nevyhnutelný, nejpodstatnější, jádro, esenciální, nezbytný, zásadní, podstata, nejdůležitější, hlavníCzech
- essenziell, wesentlich, unentbehrlich, notwendigGerman
- ουσιαστικός, ουσιώδης, στοιχειώδηςGreek
- oluline, vajalikEstonian
- tärkeä, tarpeellinen, välttämätön, elintärkeä, perusluonteinen, normaali, olennainen, oleellinenFinnish
- essentiel, fondamental, indispensableFrench
- deatamach, riatanachScottish Gaelic
- 肝心, 不可欠, 肝要Japanese
- onontbeerlijk, nodig, essentieel, wezenlijk, belangrijk, echt, noodzakelijkDutch
- essensiellNorwegian Nynorsk
- niezbędny, zasadniczy, podstawowyPolish
- essencial, fundamentalPortuguese
- esențial, important, de bază, necesar, importantă, esențială, fundamentalRomanian
- необходимый, основной, важный, существенный, базовый, фундаментальныйRussian
- nujen, bistvenSlovene
- essentiell, väsentligSwedish
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