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inborn

adjective uk   /ˌɪnˈbɔːn/  us   /ˈɪn.bɔːrn/
used to refer to a mental or physical characteristic that someone has from birth: Apparently some people have an inborn tendency to develop certain kinds of tumour. She seems to have an inborn talent for physics.
Translations of “inborn”
in Vietnamese bẩm sinh…
in Spanish innato…
in Thai โดยกำเนิด…
in Malaysian semula jadi…
in French inné…
in German angeboren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天生的,先天的…
in Indonesian bakat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天生的,先天的…
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