English translation of जन्मजात
जन्मजातPowered by COBUILD /janmajata/
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1. born adjective before noun
You use born to describe someone who has a natural ability to do a particular activity or job. For example, a born cook has a natural ability to cook well.
2. flair singular noun
If you have a flair for a particular thing, you have a natural ability to do it well. ⇒ She has a flair for languages.
3. inherent adjective
The inherent qualities of something are the necessary and natural parts of it. ⇒ ...the inherent dangers of war.
4. innate adjective
An innate quality or ability is one which a person is born with. ⇒ Americans have an innate sense of fairness.
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Translation of जन्मजात from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary