Synonym: basic, beginning, essential, fundamental, initial, introductory, primary, simple, underlying. Antonym: advanced. Similar words: element, documentary, finite element, implementation, implement, settlement, voluntary, commencement. Meaning: [‚elɪ'mentərɪ] adj. 1. easy and not involved or complicated 2. of or being the essential or basic part.

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1. Most children go to public

*elementary*and secondary schools.2. His classmates were labouring with

*elementary*algebra.3. You've made a very

*elementary*mistake.4. I have one daughter in

*elementary*school.5. I have an

*elementary*knowledge of physics.6. She was very shy while she was in

*elementary*school.7. I know a little

*elementary*science.8. A proton is an

*elementary*particle of matter.9. They made some

*elementary*mistakes.10. He expressed the hope that on Monday

*elementary*schools would be reopened.11. Their course of study includes

*elementary*hygiene and medical theory.12. The questions were so

*elementary*that he easily passed the test.13. I'm only familiar with the subject at an

*elementary*level.14. This book contains a series of

*elementary*exercises for learners.15. And we are also drawing upon

*elementary*common sense.16. Should students be taught about sex in

*elementary*school?17. Then, at last,

*elementary*education will dies.Sentencedict.com18. They studied third-and fourth-grade children at two

*elementary*schools.19. His partner is an

*elementary*school principal in town.20. She had difficulty with even the most

*elementary*tasks.21. Billy is taking

*elementary*algebra this year.22.

*Elementary*textbooks seem to contain no reference to it.23. Six

*elementary*schools have chosen to have year-round schedules.24. He earned his bachelor's degree in

*elementary*education.25. Periodic law and order - it's

*elementary*!26. According to quantum theory,

*elementary*particles do not really exist until an intelligent observer measures them.27. Millions of travellers fail to take even the most

*elementary*of precautions.28. Seventy-four percent of work-inhibited students were boys, a pattern that held true across the grades from

*elementary*school through high school.29. A semantic constituent which can not be segmented into more

*elementary*semantic constituents will be termed a minimal semantic constituent.30. Hence there was an extension of the powers of local government and the state intervened after 1870 to provide universal

*elementary*education.More similar words: element, documentary, finite element, implementation, implement, settlement, voluntary, commencement, mentally, basement, movement, statement, placement, experimental, fundamental, management, engagement, retirement, enforcement, excitement, replacement, measurement, requirement, arrangement, involvement, chastisement, environmental, developmental, announcement, advertisement.