Definition of inbuilt in English:

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inbuilt

Pronunciation: /ˈinˌbilt/

adjective

Existing as an original or essential part of something or someone: the body’s inbuilt ability to heal itself
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  • Some people think our climate has natural inbuilt stabilisers.
  • This is an inherent inbuilt attitude that men have towards women.
  • Those vested with governing power have a natural inbuilt reluctance to accept restrictions on the exercise of their authority.

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Syllabification: in·built

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