fundamentally in Vietnamees
A nation, he added, "can aspire to great destinies only when it is fundamentally Teutonic. The less German it is, the less its civilization amounts to.
I think the main thing is trust, communication, respect, and above all ‘the example’: it is fundamentally important.
Fundamentally they are mnemonic devices.
The question itself is fundamentally wrong.
– Mrs Maes, you have raised some fundamentally important issues, the first of which is zero tolerance.
Mr Ferber’s report on the 2004 discharge of the European Parliament is fundamentally dishonest.
(DE) Madam President, the Ombudsman's work is undoubtedly fundamentally good.
(DE) Madam President, ladies and gentlemen, I fundamentally welcome the European Ecolabel.
(DA) Mr President, this matter - this report - is a fundamentally embarrassing chapter in the history of the UN.
(DE) Mr President, of course my opinion has changed, but not fundamentally.
in essence; at bottom or by one's (or its) very nature: essentially, basically