Translation of inherent in Spanish:

inherent

inherente, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈhɪrənt//ɪnˈhɛr(ə)nt//ɪnˈhɪər(ə)nt//ɪnˈhɛrənt/

adjective

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    (quality/feature) inherente
    to be inherent in sth ser inherente a algo
    • contradictions inherent in the system contradicciones inherentes al sistema
    • with all its inherent difficulties con todas las dificultades que conlleva
    • There are some dangers inherent in the consolidation of our intelligence structure.
    • The constituents of divine knowledge essentially represent the inherent divinity of man.
    • So one cannot say that it is inherent in the nature of the tax power that there will be discrimination.
    • There are many things in life which have inherent dangers.
    • It is true to say that the inherent risks of injury from rare and random causes arises in every surgical procedure.
    • We suggest that there may also be a class dimension inherent in this characterization.
    • This demonstrates the inherent uncertainty within certain areas of the criminal law.
    • A good art critic is able to bring up for discussion the issues and implications that are inherent in a film, book, or album.
    • The town had been built on the large stone shelf specifically for the inherent natural defensive properties of the surroundings.
    • While these patterns are not inherent or permanent, they are certainly not easy to do away with.
    • Evil is inherent, an essential trait, that determines how you will act in the world.
    • You may question his characters' motivation, but never doubt their sincerity or inherent goodness.
    • As social creatures, our need for human interaction is essential and inherent.
    • In fact, his paintings still contained many of the disturbing characteristics inherent in his wartime work.
    • Thirdly, the inherent weaknesses of using existing census data are readily admitted by health economists.
    • I have always been conscious of the inherent dangers to our natural world from our industry.
    • Elective dictatorship is a danger inherent in our system.
    • The right to exclude non-citizens is an inherent attribute of sovereignty, but the scope of the exclusion is a matter of policy.
    • One of the characteristics inherent in African elections is voter apathy.
    • The authors point out that this vulnerability is an inherent part of the existing system.