Übersetzung von “native” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch

native

adjective uk /ˈneɪ·tɪv/ us /ˈneɪ·t̬ɪv/

Your native town or country is the place where you were born.

natal
He returned to his native Algeria.

Your native language is the first language you learn as a child.

nativo
Her native language was Polish.

relating to the first people to live in an area

nativo
Aborigines are the native inhabitants of Australia.
noun uk /ˈneɪ·tɪv/ us /ˈneɪ·t̬ɪv/

someone who was born in a particular place

natural
He’s a native of Texas.

(Übersetzung von “native” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)

native

adjective /ˈneitiv/

where one was born

natal
my native land.

belonging to that place; local

nativo
the native customs/art of Brazil
This animal/plant is native to Australia.

belonging by race to a country

nativo, de nacimiento
a native Englishman.

belonging to a person naturally

natural, innato
native intelligence.
Native American noun, adjective

American Indian

indio americano
Native American customs/traditions.
native language noun ( native tongue)

the first language you learn to speak

lengua materna
My native language is Spanish, but I also speak English and German.
native speaker noun

a person who has spoken a particular language ever since he was able to speak at all

nativo
I am a native speaker of English
a native Spanish speaker.
native to

(of plants and animals) belonging originally to a particular place

originario de
These birds are native to Australia.
the Nativity /nəˈtivəti/ noun

the birth of Christ.

la Natividad

(Übersetzung von “native” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)