Definitions English

  • Conforme al curs habitual o normal de la natura: una mort natural.
    Conforming to the usual or ordinary course of nature: a natural death.
  • No s'adquireix; inherents: amor de poder és natural per a algunes persones.
    Not acquired; inherent: Love of power is natural to some people.
  • Having a particular character by nature: a natural leader.
  • Biology Not produced or changed artificially; not conditioned: natural immunity; a natural reflex.
  • Characterized by spontaneity and freedom from artificiality, affectation, or inhibitions. See Synonyms at naive.
  • Not altered, treated, or disguised: natural coloring; natural produce.
  • Faithfully representing nature or life.
  • Expected and accepted: "In Willie's mind marriage remained the natural and logical sequence to love” ( Duff Cooper).
  • Established by moral certainty or conviction: natural rights.
  • Being in a state regarded as primitive, uncivilized, or unregenerate.
  • Related by blood: the natural parents of the child.
  • Born of unwed parents: a natural child.
  • Mathematics Of or relating to positive integers, sometimes including zero.
  • Music Not sharped or flatted.
  • Music Having no sharps or flats.
  • One having all the qualifications necessary for success: You are a natural for this job.
  • One suited by nature for a certain purpose or function: She is a natural at mathematics.
  • Music The sign (♮) placed before a note to cancel a preceding sharp or flat.
  • Music A note so affected.
  • A yellowish gray to pale orange yellow.
  • Games A combination in certain card and dice games that wins immediately.
  • An Afro hairstyle.