natural

natural
'næ ərəl
1. adjective
1) (of or produced by nature, not made by men: Coal, oil etc are natural resources; Wild animals are happier in their natural state than in a zoo.) natural
2) (born in a person: natural beauty; He had a natural ability for music.) natural, innato
3) ((of manner) simple, without pretence: a nice, natural smile.) natural
4) (normal; as one would expect: It's quite natural for a boy of his age to be interested in girls.) natural, normal
5) (of a musical note, not sharp or flat: G natural is lower in pitch than G sharp.) natural

2. noun
1) (a person who is naturally good at something.) nato
2) (in music (a sign () indicating) a note which is not to be played sharp or flat.) becuadro
- naturally
- natural gas
- natural history
- natural resources

natural adj
1. natural
natural fibres are better than man made ones las fibras naturales son mejores que las sintéticas
2. normal
it's natural to feel afraid of the dark es normal tener miedo a la oscuridad


natural adjetivo 1
a)fenómeno/ingredientenatural;
frutafresh;
al naturalmejillonesin brine
b) (a temperatura ambiente) ‹cerveza/gaseosaunchilled
c) (Mús) natural
2
a) (espontáneo) ‹gesto/personanatural
b) (inherente) natural, innate
c) (normal) natural;
me parece lo más natural del mundo it seems perfectly natural to me
3 (frml) (nativo) ser natural de to be a native of, to come from ■ sustantivo masculino
a) (carácter) nature
b) (nativo) native;
los naturales del lugar people from the area

natural
I adjetivo
1 natural: es una persona muy natural, he's a very natural person (no artificial, fresco) fresh: es una rosa natural, it's a fresh rose
a tamaño natural, life-size
2 (normal, lógico) me parece natural, it seems natural to me
3 (nativo) soy natural de Castilla, I come from Castilla
4 Mat natural
II sustantivo masculino
1 (temperamento, inclinación) nature
2 Arte life: lo pintó del natural, he painted it from life
III mf (oriundo) native 'natural' also found in these entries: Spanish: canal - cien - cruda - crudo - día - emanación - expolio - hijo - limonada - lógica - lógico - luz - mirador - muerte - nata - nato - reserva - sencilla - sencillo - sobrexplotación - tamaña - tamaño - turba - anfiteatro - café - cataclismo - en - franco - gruta - llano - museo - naturalidad - naturismo - naturista - pantano - parque - recurso - riqueza - siniestro English: border - born - curl - designate - fair - full-scale - hail - life - life-size - life-sized - lifelike - mention - native - natural - natural childbirth - naturally - nature reserve - nature trail - plain - process - reserve - successor - sunlight - unaffected - unnatural - unnaturally - unspoilt - wear - wild - wildlife park - die - dry - effortless - environment - flair - full - good - may - might - nature - pond - resource - should - unspoiled - wastage - wilderness
natural
tr['næʧərəl]
adjective
1 natural
the natural world el mundo natural
2 (born) nato,-a
he's a natural footballer es un futbolista nato
3 (usual) natural, normal
it's only natural to feel afraid es normal tener miedo
noun
1 SMALLMUSIC/SMALL (note) nota natural; (sign) becuadro
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to die of natural causes morir por causas naturales, fallecer de muerte natural
natural childbirth parto natural
natural gas gas nombre masculino natural
natural history historia natural
natural resources recursos nombre masculino plural naturales
natural science ciencias nombre femenino plural naturales
natural selection selección nombre femenino natural
natural wastage reducción de plantilla consistente en no substituir a los que se jubilen o se marchen
natural ['næʧərəl] adj
1) : natural, de la naturaleza
natural woodlands: bosques naturales
natural childbirth: parto natural
2) innate: innato, natural
3) unaffected: natural, sin afectación
4) lifelike: natural, vivo
natural n
to be a natural : tener un talento innato (para algo)
natural
adj.
innato, -a adj.
nacido, -a adj.
nativo, -a adj.
natural adj.
normal adj.
propio, -a adj.
tenue adj.
n.
becuadro s.m.
imbécil s.m.

I 'nætʃrəl
adjective
1) (as in nature) natural

these animals are natural enemies — estos animales son enemigos por naturaleza

I'm a natural blonde — soy rubia natural

death from natural causes — muerte f natural or por causas naturales

2)
a) <talent/propensity> innato
b) (before n) <leaderoublemaker> nato, por naturaleza
c) <reaction/response> natural, normal; <successor> lógico

she's the natural choice for the job — lo natural es que le ofrezcan el puesto a ella

it is natural THAT — es natural que (+ subj)

3) (not forced) <warmth/enthusiasm/style> natural
4) (related by blood) <child/parent> biológico

II
noun (person)

to be a natural — tener* un talento innato


III
adverb

act natural — (colloq) disimula

['nætʃrǝl]
1. ADJ
1) (=occurring naturally) [environment, substance, disaster, remedy] natural

she isn't a natural blonde — no es rubia natural

he died of natural causes — murió de muerte natural

the rest of his natural life — el resto de sus días

die I, 1)
2) (=understandable) [reaction, behaviour, feeling] natural, normal; [mistake] comprensible; [explanation] lógico y natural

it's a perfectly natural mistake to make — es un error totalmente comprensible

there is a perfectly natural explanation — hay una explicación perfectamente lógica y natural

it's only natural — es normal or natural

it's only natural that she should be upset — es normal or natural que esté disgustada

3) (=inborn) [ability, talent] innato; [reaction, fear] instintivo

he had a natural flair for business — tenía un don innato para los negocios

she is a natural leader/athlete — es una líder/atleta innata

natural instinct — instinto m natural

4) (=relaxed, unforced) [person, manner, charm] natural

I was able to be very natural with him — con él pude ser yo mismo

5) (=biological) [father, mother, child] biológico
6) (Mus) natural
2. N
1) (=person)

she's a natural with computers — tiene un don innato para los ordenadores

2) (Mus) (=note) nota f natural; (=sign) becuadro m
3.
CPD

natural causes NPL

to die of natural causes — morir de muerte natural

natural childbirth N — parto m natural

natural disaster N — desastre m natural

natural gas N — gas m natural

natural history N — historia f natural

natural law N — ley f natural

natural number N — (Math) número m natural

natural philosophy N — filosofía f natural

natural resources NPL — recursos mpl naturales

natural science N(uncount) ciencias fpl naturales; (count) ciencia f de la naturaleza

natural selection N — selección f natural

by natural selection — por selección natural

natural wastage N(Brit) (Ind) bajas voluntarias de los empleados de una empresa, y cuyos puestos quedan sin cubrir

the jobs will be lost through natural wastage — los puestos irán desapareciendo a medida que se produzcan bajas voluntarias

* * *

I ['nætʃrəl]
adjective
1) (as in nature) natural

these animals are natural enemies — estos animales son enemigos por naturaleza

I'm a natural blonde — soy rubia natural

death from natural causes — muerte f natural or por causas naturales

2)
a) <talent/propensity> innato
b) (before n) <leader/troublemaker> nato, por naturaleza
c) <reaction/response> natural, normal; <successor> lógico

she's the natural choice for the job — lo natural es que le ofrezcan el puesto a ella

it is natural THAT — es natural que (+ subj)

3) (not forced) <warmth/enthusiasm/style> natural
4) (related by blood) <child/parent> biológico

II
noun (person)

to be a natural — tener* un talento innato


III
adverb

act natural — (colloq) disimula


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