Spanish translation of “natural”
natural adjective /ˈnӕtʃərəl/
› of or produced by nature, not made by men
coal, oil etc and other natural resources. Wild animals are happier in their natural state than in a zoo. › born in a person
natural beauty He had a natural ability for music. › (of manner) simple, without pretence
a nice, natural smile. › normal; as one would expect
It’s quite natural for a boy of his age to be interested in girls. › (of a musical note) not sharp or flat
G natural is lower in pitch than G sharp. naturalist noun › a person who studies animal and plant life
a wildlife naturalist. naturally adverb › of course; as one would expect
Naturally I didn’t want to risk missing the train. › by nature; as a natural characteristic
She is naturally kind. › normally; in a relaxed way
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
Earthquakes are the deadliest of all natural disasters. natural gas noun › gas suitable for burning, found underground or under the sea.
natural history noun › the study of plants and animals
(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
the exploitation of natural resources.