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inherent British & World English

Existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute

non-inherent British & World English

(Of an adjective) having the relevant meaning only when used attributively with reference to a particular individual; for example poor and old in the poor old chap, which is not equivalent to the chap was poor and old

inherent English Thesaurus

his belief in the inherent goodness of man

inherent English-Spanish

inherente

inherent in essential English Thesaurus

it is essential to remove all the old plaster

inherent in inherent English Thesaurus

his belief in the inherent goodness of man

inherent in innate English Thesaurus

people differ in terms of their innate abilities

inherent in intrinsic English Thesaurus

pride was an intrinsic component of his personal make-up

with all its inherent difficulties in inherent English-Spanish

con todas las dificultades que conlleva