Translation of innate in Spanish:

innate

innato, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪˈneɪt//ˈɪneɪt//ɪˈneɪt/

adjective

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    innato
    • Children have no innate fear of water and must be carefully supervised.
    • I saw a wrong and I wanted to right it; it's just a basic innate instinct to me.
    • The annual concert was a fusion of education and entertainment as the kids displayed their innate talents.
    • They love to learn, not so much to earn, but to explore their innate capacities.
    • Success has come so naturally that the young Italian exudes an innate, unquestioned belief in his own talents.
    • Even our intelligence, prized in our individualistic culture as a symbol of innate uniqueness, turns out to be a social gift.
    • We are choosing the bit of time that best fits our innate capacities, our abilities, and our aims.
    • They have an innate sense of rhythm and produce music using basic instruments.
    • The capacity for memory is clearly innate, but not special to any particular domain.
    • We found that many children, even those not much exposed to classical music at home, had an innate interest in it.
    • There is innate hostility to organised labour on the college board.
    • The more we can restore innate natural poise the more we can enjoy physical harmony in activity, and in stillness.
    • She has no friends and, due to her innate tactlessness, appears to lack the capacity to make any.
    • I assure you it has nothing to do with bravery, or some innate motivation to break the big story.
    • They were also given vital tips to hone their innate skills, which would help them face the stiff competition.
    • That capacity is not innate to them: it must be socialized into them by educational institutions.
    • His innate decency and instinctive way with people also masked a deep-seated confidence.
    • The shops, too, seem to lack any innate sense of décor and creative display, choosing instead to pile it high and sell it cheap.
    • Once again, one should never undervalue the innate decency of ordinary and not so ordinary Americans.
    • No amount of scientific progress, moreover, has separated the world from our apprehension of its innate destiny.