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natural

adjective /ˈnӕtʃərəl/
of or produced by nature, not made by men
natural
coal, oil etc and other natural resources. Wild animals are happier in their natural state than in a zoo.
born in a person
natural, innato
natural beauty He had a natural ability for music.
(of manner) simple, without pretence
natural
a nice, natural smile.
normal; as one would expect
natural, normal
It’s quite natural for a boy of his age to be interested in girls.
(of a musical note) not sharp or flat
natural
G natural is lower in pitch than G sharp.
naturalist noun a person who studies animal and plant life
naturalista
a wildlife naturalist.
naturally adverb of course; as one would expect
naturalmente
Naturally I didn’t want to risk missing the train.
by nature; as a natural characteristic
por naturaleza
She is naturally kind.
normally; in a relaxed way
con naturalidad
Although he was nervous, he behaved quite naturally.
natural disaster noun a disaster that is caused by nature rather than man, for example an earthquake, flood, or hurricane
desastre natural
Earthquakes are the deadliest of all natural disasters.
natural gas noun gas suitable for burning, found underground or under the sea.
gas natural
natural history noun the study of plants and animals
historia natural
(also adjective) the Natural History Museum in London.
natural resources noun plural sources of energy, wealth etc which occur naturally and are not made by man, eg coal, oil, forests etc
recursos naturales
the exploitation of natural resources.
(Definition of natural from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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