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inborn

[in-bawrn] /ˈɪnˈbɔrn/
adjective
1.
naturally present at birth; innate.
Origin of inborn
1000
before 1000; Middle English; Old English inboren native, indigenous; see in-1, born
Synonyms
inbred, inherent, natural, native, congenital, inherited, hereditary. See innate.
Antonyms
acquired, learned.
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inborn

/ˈɪnˈbɔːn/
adjective
1.
existing from birth; congenital; innate
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Word Origin and History for inborn
adj.

Old English inboren "native to a place," from in "within" + boren "brought forth" (see born). Of qualities in a person, 1510s.

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inborn in Medicine

inborn in·born (ĭn'bôrn')
adj.

  1. Possessed by an organism at birth.

  2. Inherited or hereditary.

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