[nach-er-uhl-bawrn, nach-ruhl-]
by virtue of one's nature, qualities, or innate talent: a natural-born musician.

1575–85 Unabridged
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being as specified through one's birth: a natural-born Irishman

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Main Entry:  natural-born1
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  having a specified characteristic or ability from birth
Main Entry:  natural-born2
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  having the legal status of a citizen
Main Entry:  natural-born3
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  having a position or status from birth's 21st Century Lexicon
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Example sentences
Lockwood, who once told a reporter that she was ten years old when she wrote
  her first haiku, is a natural-born tweeter.
There is indeed discrimination against natural-born citizens.
His four months' duty served as his boot camp: he was a natural-born field
To me it only added to the attractiveness already embedded because of his
  incredible talent, a natural-born superb athlete.
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