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  • 41natural — adj. 1 not made by people VERBS ▪ be ▪ All the materials are natural. ADVERB ▪ completely, totally ▪ completely natural materials …

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  • 42natural — adjetivo y com. 1) aborigen*, indígena, nativo. ≠ alienígena. adjetivo 2) nativo*, nacido, originario, oriundo, auctóctono. ≠ …

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  • 43natural — (adj) (Básico) que es franco, poco elaborado y no simulado Ejemplos: ¿Por qué quieres teñirte el pelo? Tu color natural es muy bonito. Se dice que la belleza de muchas actrices no es natural. Sinónimos: llano, ordinario, abierto (adj) (Básico)… …

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  • 44natural —    1. obsolete    an idiot    Probably a shortened form of natural (born) fool, an expression which antedated this use by a century (EDD):     We had our natural. He was known as daft Jamie. (Inglis, 1895)    2. (of parentage) illegitimate… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 45natural — / nætʃ(ə)rəl/ adjective 1. found in the earth ● The offices are heated by natural gas. 2. not made by people ● They use only natural fibres for their best cloths. 3. normal ● It was only natural that the shopkeeper should feel annoyed when the… …

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  • 46natural — 1. adjective a) That which exists and evolved within the confines of an eco system. The species will be under threat if its natural habitat is destroyed. b) Of or relating to nature. In the natural world the fit tend to live on while the weak… …

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  • 47natural — Synonyms and related words: Afro, Attic, Bohemian, Ciceronian, Spartan, accepted, accidental, actual, affable, agrarian, alien, ament, appropriate, arcadian, artist, artless, ascetic, atavistic, austere, authentic, automatic, bald, bare, baseborn …

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  • 48natural — n. someone with obvious natural talent. □ That guy is a natural! □ Can she ever dance! What a natural! …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 49natural — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. unaffected, spontaneous, artless, unstudied; unsophisticated, naive, ingenuous; normal, ordinary, regular; unadorned, unadulterated; inherent, innate, inborn. See simpleness, intrinsic, conformity,… …

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  • 50natural — claro; sí; por supuesto; cf. lógico, demás que sí, clarimba, está diciendo, obvio, evidente; ¿tendríamos que devolverle a Bolivia su salida al mar? ¿Qué piensa usted señor? Natural. Ese acceso ha pertenecido a esas gentes desde que se pobló esta… …

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  • 51natural — adjective 1》 existing in or derived from nature; not made, caused by, or processed by humans.     ↘having had a minimum of processing or preservative treatment.     ↘(of fabric) unbleached and undyed; off white. 2》 in accordance with nature;… …

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  • 52natural — sif. <lat.> Natura (mal, məhsul və s.) ilə ödənilən, alınan və ya verilən (bax natura 2 ci mənada). Natural vergi. Natural təsərrüfat – məhsulu satmaq üçün deyil, istehlakçının özünün istehlakı üçün istehsal olunan təsərrüfat …

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  • 53natural — See: BIG AS LIFE or BIG AS LIFE AND TWICE AS NATURAL …

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  • 54natural — See: BIG AS LIFE or BIG AS LIFE AND TWICE AS NATURAL …

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  • 55natural — nat·u·ral nach (ə )rəl adj 1) having, constituting, or relating to a classification based on features existing in nature 2) of or relating to nature as an object of study and research 3) relating to or being natural food * * * nat·u·ral… …

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  • 56natural — See normal. See normal, natural …

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  • 57natural — In Rom. 11:17–24 Paul explains that Gentiles have been grafted on to the people of God by using the image of an olive tree. Gentiles are like a new shoot with new life and vigour and, as in arboriculture then and now, the new gave a splendid… …

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  • 58Natural... — Na|tu|ral... <zu ↑natural> Wortbildungselement mit der Bedeutung »in Form von Waren od. Sachleistungen erfolgend«, z. B. Naturallohn …

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  • 59natural — англ. [нэ/чрэл] 1) естественный, натуральный, простой 2) бекар 3) ключ до ◊ natural scale [нэ/чрэл скэ/йл] натуральная гамма …

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  • 60natural — See: big as life or big as life and twice as natural …

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