Definition of 'foundations'
Example sentences containing 'foundations'
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Lacking Bridget's steelier foundations, she was, nonetheless, possessed with more than average self-control. INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)Her faith, hitherto so strong and simple, was shaken to the foundations. GRACE (2002)If only she hadn't come home...' He found himself standing on shaky foundations. THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE (2002)
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Translations for 'foundations'
British English: foundations /faʊnˈdeɪʃənz/ NOUN
The foundations of a building or other structure are the layer of bricks or concrete below the ground that it is built on.
- American English: foundations
- Arabic: أَساسات
- Brazilian Portuguese: fundações
- Chinese: 基础
- Croatian: temelji
- Czech: základy budovy
- Danish: fundament
- Dutch: fundering
- European Spanish: cimientos
- Finnish: perusta
- French: fondations
- German: Fundament
- Greek: θεμέλια
- Italian: fondamenta
- Japanese: 基礎
- Korean: 초석
- Norwegian: fundament
- Polish: podwaliny
- European Portuguese: fundamento
- Romanian: fundație
- Russian: основы
- Spanish: cimientos
- Swedish: grunder
- Thai: รากฐานสิ่งก่อสร้าง
- Turkish: vakıflar
- Ukrainian: фундамент
- Vietnamese: nền tảng
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