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principleraya, asas
English Definition
  1. principle, rule: a basic generalization that is accepted as true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning or conduct "their principles of composition characterized all their works"
  2. principle: a rule or standard especially of good behavior "a man of principle", "he will not violate his principles"
  3. principle: a basic truth or law or assumption "the principles of democracy"
  4. principle, rule: a rule or law concerning a natural phenomenon or the function of a complex system "the principle of the conservation of mass", "the principle of jet propulsion", "the right-hand rule for inductive fields"
  5. principle, precept: rule of personal conduct
  6. rationale, principle: (law) an explanation of the fundamental reasons (especially an explanation of the working of some device in terms of laws of nature) "the rationale for capital punishment", "the principles of internal-combustion engines"
Chinesedào, dào lǐ, yuán lǐ, yuán zé, zé, zhèng, 則, 原則, 原理, 正, 道, 道理, 则, 原则, 原理, 正, 道, 道理
Dutch grondbeginsel, principe, beginsel
Italian principio
Japanese daizentei, genri, gensoku, hon'i, hongen, ichigi, kongen, konpon, mune, nemoto, ri, shisou, shugi, youkou, いちぎ, げんそく, げんり, こんげん, こんぽん, しそう, しゅぎ, だいぜんてい, ねもと, ほんい, ほんげん, むね, ようこう, り, プリンシプル, 一義, 主義, 原則, 原理, 大前提, 志操, 旨, 本位, 本源, 根元, 根原, 根本, 根源, 理, 要綱
Malay raya, asas
Norwegian prinsipp
Portuguese princнpio
Russian основа, первопричина, принцип, закон
Serbianprincip, nacelo
Spanish principio
Swedish princip