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inborn

adjective in·born \ˈin-ˈbrn\

: existing from the time someone is born : natural or instinctive

Full Definition of INBORN

1
:  present from or as if from birth

Examples of INBORN

  1. She has an inborn talent for music.
  2. That kind of knowledge is acquired, not inborn.

First Known Use of INBORN

1513

inborn

adjective in·born \ˈin-ˈb(ə)rn\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of INBORN

:  hereditary, inherited <inborn errors of metabolism>

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