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intrinsic
American English: /ɪnˈtrɪnzɪk/
, /ɪnˈtrɪnsɪk/
British English: /ɪnˈtrɪnsɪk/

Translation of intrinsic in Spanish:

adjective

  • intrinsic to something [formal] selfishness is intrinsic to his nature
    el egoísmo le es connatural [formal]
    it is intrinsic to the success of the plan that …
    para que el plan tenga éxito es esencial que …
    Example sentences
    • The fundamentals of quality are of course intrinsic to the value of a drawing.
    • I have been arguing that it is right to say, as most of us want to do, that natural goods have an intrinsic value.
    • Lastly, I am satisfied that the proposal would not undermine the intrinsic value of natural or cultural assets.

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