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Meaning & Definition of Natural in English

English

Natural

/næʧərəl/

noun

1. Someone regarded as certain to succeed

  • "He's a natural for the job"
    synonym:
  • natural

2. A notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat

    synonym:
  • natural
  • ,
  • cancel

3. (craps) a first roll of 7 or 11 that immediately wins the stake

    synonym:
  • natural

adjective

1. In accordance with nature

  • Relating to or concerning nature
  • "A very natural development"
  • "Our natural environment"
  • "Natural science"
  • "Natural resources"
  • "Natural cliffs"
  • "Natural phenomena"
    synonym:
  • natural

2. Existing in or produced by nature

  • Not artificial or imitation
  • "A natural pearl"
  • "Natural gas"
  • "Natural silk"
  • "Natural blonde hair"
  • "A natural sweetener"
  • "Natural fertilizers"
    synonym:
  • natural

3. Existing in or in conformity with nature or the observable world

  • Neither supernatural nor magical
  • "A perfectly natural explanation"
    synonym:
  • natural

4. Functioning or occurring in a normal way

  • Lacking abnormalities or deficiencies
  • "It's the natural thing to happen"
  • "Natural immunity"
  • "A grandparent's natural affection for a grandchild"
    synonym:
  • natural

5. (of a musical note) being neither raised nor lowered by one chromatic semitone

  • "A natural scale"
  • "B natural"
    synonym:
  • natural

6. Unthinking

  • Prompted by (or as if by) instinct
  • "A cat's natural aversion to water"
  • "Offering to help was as instinctive as breathing"
    synonym:
  • natural
  • ,
  • instinctive

7. (used especially of commodities) being unprocessed or manufactured using only simple or minimal processes

  • "Natural yogurt"
  • "Natural produce"
  • "Raw wool"
  • "Raw sugar"
  • "Bales of rude cotton"
    synonym:
  • natural
  • ,
  • raw(a)
  • ,
  • rude(a)

8. Related by blood

  • Not adopted
    synonym:
  • natural

9. Being talented through inherited qualities

  • "A natural leader"
  • "A born musician"
  • "An innate talent"
    synonym:
  • natural
  • ,
  • born(p)
  • ,
  • innate(p)

10. Free from artificiality

  • "A lifelike pose"
  • "A natural reaction"
    synonym:
  • lifelike
  • ,
  • natural

Examples of using

Words must be arranged in the proper sequence and the rules of grammar must be followed for a sentence to be accepted as a natural-sounding sentence.
This man is a linguist. It's natural that he know.
This country is rich in natural resources.