Definición de inherent en inglés:


Saltos de línea: in|her¦ent
Pronunciación: /ɪnˈhɪər(ə)nt
, -ˈhɛr(ə)nt/


  • 1Existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute: any form of mountaineering has its inherent dangers
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    • You may question his characters' motivation, but never doubt their sincerity or inherent goodness.
    • I have always been conscious of the inherent dangers to our natural world from our industry.
    • The right to exclude non-citizens is an inherent attribute of sovereignty, but the scope of the exclusion is a matter of policy.
    intrinsic, innate, immanent, built-in, inborn, ingrained, deep-rooted; essential, fundamental, basic, implicit, structural, characteristic, organic; inseparable, permanent, indelible, ineradicable, ineffaceable, inexpungible; natural, instinctive, instinctual, congenital, native
    rare connate, connatural
  • 1.1 Law Vested in (someone) as a right or privilege.
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    • In my opinion, this is not a matter falling within my inherent jurisdiction as a superior court judge.
    • I would regard them as powers which are inherent in its jurisdiction.
    • It does not indicate that the court has an inherent power to enlarge a statutory time limit.
  • 1.2 Linguistics (Of an adjective) having the same meaning in both attributive and predicative uses.



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  • At the same time, he underlined the frame's evident inherence in the language of photographic pictures.
  • The origin of this criticism is affirmative: it is because Pope believed unshakably in the inherence of truth in nature, that he could express so negatively his anxiety at seeing it debased.
  • There is, after all, a tendency to interpret his position as being an advocation of simple, spontaneous relations, and a nostalgic desire for some primordial inherence in Being.


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  • Plagiarism amounts to academic theft and it is an inherently dishonest practice.
  • There is nothing inherently wicked about a policy which seeks to put an end to this exploitation.
  • Being raised by somebody in that culture inherently makes you connected to that culture.


late 16th century: from Latin inhaerent- 'sticking to', from the verb inhaerere, from in- 'in, towards' + haerere 'to stick'.

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