n. essentialness, necessariness, indispensability, vitalness
We concentrate mainly on topics useful for their everyday life: food, getting around the city, essential Spanish verbs, listening skills for them to understand when spoken to, etc.
Aromatherapy works by burning essential oils or rubbing oil onto the skin.
The article she read recommended keeping only the bare essentials, or in other words, only the things necessary to live.
Another great, essential Spanish artists of the 20th century was Salvador Dalí.
An engagement ring is essential to win your girl over; there are even standards on how much it should cost, based on your salary!
food, getting around the city, essential Spanish verbs, listening skills for them to understand when spoken to.
It was therefore essential to learn quickly.
Product, place, price and promotion (the four P's of marketing) were essential ingredients Teal used in his recipe of success.
There are certain things that are essential over here:
and in his search for sensations that would be at once new and delightful, and possess that element of strangeness that is so essential to romance,
1. fundamental: key, basic, primary, cardinal, elementary
2. necessary: needed, indispensable, required, imperative, vital
3. rudiment: necessity, basic, fundamental, element, necessary