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naturally

adverb  /ˈnætʃ·ər·ə·li/ us  

naturally adverb (AS EXPECTED)

as you would expect; in a usual or easy way: Exercising should come as naturally as brushing your teeth. Naturally, we have to arrive early to get the best seats. "You will be polite when you speak to her, won’t you?" "Naturally (= Yes, obviously)."

naturally adverb (NOT ARTIFICIAL)

happening or existing as part of nature and not made or caused by people: naturally curly hair

naturally adverb (BORN WITH)

because of an ability or characteristic that you were born with: a naturally talented artist
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