It comes with several inbuilt features.
She has an inbuilt resistance to change.
Recent Examples on the WebBut the delicate 50-50 balance in the Senate represents an inbuilt vulnerability in Biden's position, adding to uncertainty over whether Democrats can ram through a bigger, alternative plan if Republicans leave the table.
Stephen Collinson, CNN, 31 May 2021 If the primary tactic of Democrats is to split the difference between themselves and hard-line conservatives, there is an inbuilt incentive for the right to move ever further to the right.
Fintan O’toole, The New York Review of Books, 2 Mar. 2021 But maybe consumers would be more inclined to mask up if their PPE came with extra (non-life saving) features, like inbuilt Bluetooth speakers.
Eamon Barrett, Fortune, 17 Nov. 2020 Part of this resolve to bring choruses back together extends quite naturally from a long, proud, inbuilt American tradition of obsessive show-must-go-on-ism.
Washington Post, 6 Nov. 2020
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