Definición de innate en inglés:

innate

Saltos de línea: in¦nate
Pronunciación: /ɪˈneɪt
 
, ˈɪneɪt
 
/

adjetivo

1Inborn; natural: her innate capacity for organization
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I saw a wrong and I wanted to right it; it's just a basic innate instinct to me.
  • The more we can restore innate natural poise the more we can enjoy physical harmony in activity, and in stillness.
  • They love to learn, not so much to earn, but to explore their innate capacities.
Sinónimos
1.1 Philosophy Originating in the mind.
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  • Hume maintained that Descartes was wrong to hold that we possess innate ideas of mind, God, body, and world.
  • It follows that the Leibnizian theory of innate ideas is substantially correct.
  • It has often been claimed that primitive mathematical notions are innate to the human mind.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin innatus, past participle of innasci, from in- 'into' + nasci 'be born'.

Derivativos

innately

adverbio
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  • As these stories indicate, many of the habits that we consider natural or innately human are in fact cultural or socially taught.
  • We seem to know innately, with our hearts, what is right, proper and just.
  • Are women innately better cooks than men or vice versa?

innateness

sustantivo
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  • In reality, plasticity and innateness are almost logically separate.
  • The reader not only has a thorough overview of the arguments for innateness based on linguistic analyses of syntactic structures, but the issue is reworked from several other angles as well.
  • Relatively little attention is given to his interesting doctrines of innateness, or, more generally, his ontology of thought.

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Pronunciación: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something