There are 3 main translations of natural in English:

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natural 1

adjetivo

  • 3 [formal] (nativo) See examples:ser natural de
    to be a native of
    to come from
    Juan Prieto, de 33 años, natural de Alicante
    Juan Prieto, 33 years old, from Alicante
Example sentences
  • Se pretende un resultado muy natural con tonos suaves.
  • Todo le ha sido tan fácil y tan natural.
  • Gente, cada vez más vamos a tener desastres naturales.

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natural 2

sustantivo masculino

  • 3 (Arte)pintar/dibujar del natural
    to paint/draw from life
  • 4 (Tauromaquia)
    (close pass made with the muleta held in the left hand)
Example sentences
  • Es una población rodeada de un verde natural impecable a 21 Km.

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natural 3

sustantivo masculino y femenino

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