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built-inadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /ˌbɪltˈɪn/
If a place or piece of equipment has built-in objects, they are permanently connected and cannot be easily removed: built-in storageUK All the rooms have built-in cupboards/wardrobes.
(UK also inbuilt) A built-in quality is an original part of something or someone and cannot be separated from it, him, or her: an built-in advantage/problem
Translations of “built-in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 內嵌的, 嵌入式的…
in Russian встроенный…
in Turkish üzerinde, birlikte verilen, hazır…
in Chinese (Simplified) 内嵌的, 嵌入式的…
in Polish wbudowany…
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