English translation of स्वाभाविक
स्वाभाविकPowered by COBUILD /svabhavika/
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/svabhavika, svAbhAvika, svaabhaavika, svābhāvik/
1. habitual adjective
A habitual state or way of behaving is one that someone usually has or does, especially one that is considered to be typical or characteristic of them. ⇒ With her habitual honesty, she talked about being a mother.
2. inherent adjective
The inherent qualities of something are the necessary and natural parts of it. ⇒ ...the inherent dangers of war.
3. instinctive adjective
An instinctive feeling, idea, or action is one that you have or do without thinking. ⇒ It's an instinctive reaction — if a child falls you pick it up.
4. natural adjective
If you say that it is natural for someone to act in a particular way, you mean that it is reasonable in the circumstances. ⇒ It is only natural for young people to want excitement. ⇒ Grief is a perfectly natural response.
5. natural adjective
If someone's behaviour is natural, they are relaxed and do not appear to be hiding anything or pretending to be something they are not.
6. obvious adjective
If something is obvious, it is easy to see or understand. ⇒ It's obvious he's worried about us. ⇒ ...her obvious creative talents.
7. ordinarily adverb
If something is ordinarily the case, it is usually the case. ⇒ The streets would ordinarily have been full of people.
8. palpable adjective
Something that is palpable is very obvious. ⇒ The tension was palpable.
9. understandable adjective
If you describe someone's behaviour or feelings as understandable, you mean that they have reacted to a situation in a natural way or in the way you would expect. ⇒ It is understandable that Mr Khan wants to go home.
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