English translation of स्वाभाविक रूप से
स्वाभाविक रूप सेPowered by COBUILD /svabhavika rupa se/
Definitions and Translations
/svabhavika rupa se, svAbhAvika rUpa se, svaabhaavika roopa se, svābhāvik rūp se/
1. inherently adverb ⇒ Aeroplanes are not inherently dangerous.
2. naturally adverb
You use naturally to indicate that something is obvious and not surprising. ⇒ He will never play again. Naturally he is very upset.
3. naturally adverb
If one thing develops naturally from another, it develops as a normal result of it. ⇒ When fathers are involved in child-care, it leads naturally to better father-son relationships.
4. naturally (in phrases)
If a skill or quality comes naturally to you, you have it instinctively, without having to work very hard to get it. ⇒ Self-confidence came naturally to Sergei.
5. obviously adverb
You use obviously when you are stating something that you expect your listener to know already. ⇒ Obviously I'll be disappointed if I don't get the job.
6. of course adverb
You say of course to say that something is not surprising because it is normal, obvious, or well-known. ⇒ Of course there were lots of other interesting things at the exhibition.
7. palpably adverb ⇒ He was palpably nervous.
8. understandably adverb ⇒ Most organizations are, quite understandably, suspicious of new ideas.
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Translation of स्वाभाविक रूप से from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary