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basic necessary to know first, as a foundation; fundamental. [1/3 definitions]
behind slower than expected or required; not keeping to the usual or necessary schedule. [1/7 definitions]
chlorophyll the green matter in the leaves and stems of plants that is necessary to produce food for plants from sunlight.
complete having all of the necessary parts; whole. [1/6 definitions]
compulsory required or necessary.
conserve to use in amounts that are no more than necessary in order to avoid waste. [1/2 definitions]
constituent a necessary part of something. [1/3 definitions]
contractor a person who signs an agreement to carry out a particular job at a certain price and also to supply necessary things for the job. A contractor often hires, supervises, and pays other people to help or to do the work. A person in charge of building or repairing a house is often a contractor.
desolate without the things that are necessary or desirable for life. [1/3 definitions]
essential necessary, needed. [2/3 definitions]
fundamental a basic principle or necessary part. [1/2 definitions]
fuss activity or attention that is not necessary. [1/3 definitions]
graduate a person who has finished studying at high school or college. A diploma is given to a graduate to show that all the necessary work has been done. [1/2 definitions]
guard to do what is necessary to prevent (followed by "against"). [1/6 definitions]
halfway including only half or a part of what is possible or necessary. [1/4 definitions]
indispensable absolutely necessary; essential.
involve to have as a necessary part or result; include. [1/3 definitions]
keystone something upon which other things depend; necessary and very important part. [1/2 definitions]
know to have the skill or necessary information. [1/4 definitions]
luxury something very pleasant but not necessary. [1/2 definitions]
make (informal) to be accepted as a member by showing that one has the necessary skills. [1/10 definitions]