Definition of native-born in English:

native-born

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adjective

Belonging to a particular place or country by birth: the island has a population of 56,000, 90 percent of whom are native-born Inuits
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  • Together, they formed the trinity of nativeborn painters who pioneered the modern movement in New Zealand art.
  • Native-born Luxembourgers are overwhelmingly Roman Catholic, as are most immigrants from Italy and Portugal.
  • Most native-born Americans in 1920 had grown up in the country or in small towns.

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