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instinct

noun /ˈinstiŋkt/
a natural tendency to behave or react in a particular way, without thinking and without having been taught
instinto
As winter approaches, swallows fly south from Britain by instinct He has an instinct for saying the right thing.
instinctive /-tiv/ adjective arising from instinct or from a natural ability
instintivo
Blinking our eyes is an instinctive reaction when something suddenly comes close to them I couldn’t help putting my foot on the brake when I saw the other car coming towards me – it was instinctive.
instinctively adverb
instintivamente
The goalkeeper reacted instinctively to a fierce shot from just outside the penalty box.
Translations of “instinct”
in Arabic غَريزة…
in Korean 본능…
in Malaysian naluri…
in French instinct…
in Turkish içgüdü, doğal eğilim…
in Italian istinto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 本能,直覺…
in Russian инстинкт…
in Polish instynkt…
in Vietnamese khuynh hướng bẩn sinh…
in Portuguese instinto…
in Thai สัญชาตญาณ…
in German der Instinkt…
in Catalan instint…
in Japanese 本能…
in Indonesian naluri, insting…
in Chinese (Simplified) 本能,直觉…
(Definition of instinct from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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