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ˈnatʃ(ə)r(ə)l Listen
  • existing in or derived from nature; not made or caused by humankind.
    E.g. carrots contain a natural antiseptic
  • in accordance with the nature of, or circumstances surrounding, someone or something.
    E.g. sharks have no natural enemies
  • (of a parent or child) related by blood.
    E.g. such adopted children always knew who their natural parents were
  • (of a note) not sharp or flat.
    E.g. the bassoon plays G natural instead of A flat
  • relating to earthly human or physical nature as distinct from the spiritual or supernatural realm.
  • (of a bid) straightforwardly reflecting one's holding of cards.
    E.g. his bid of one heart was natural and positive
  • a person having an innate talent for a particular task or activity.
    E.g. she was a natural for television work
  • a sign (♮) denoting a natural note when a previous sign or the key signature would otherwise demand a sharp or a flat.
  • an off-white colour.
    E.g. colour for the summer is defined by the trend towards naturals
  • (in a gambling game) a combination or score that immediately wins.
  • an insect or other small creature used as bait, rather than an artificial imitation.
  • a person born with a learning disability.
  • naturally.
    E.g. keep walking—just act natural

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