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inbuilt

[in-bilt] /ˈɪnˈbɪlt/
adjective
1.
built-in (def 2).
Origin
1920-1925
1920-25; in-1 + built
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  • Whether the inbuilt chemical protection of such genetically modified crops has reduced the use of pesticide is highly contested.
  • With no inbuilt vigilance checks and zero accountability, it was bound to be there.
  • Their inbuilt scepticism of markets as being able to regulate anything is well established.
  • Evolution has made it so that the acquired norms appropriately regulate behavior, but it hasn't inbuilt the norms themselves.
  • History shows that, inbuilt though that capacity may be, ideas can short-circuit it.

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