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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (brought into the world)
a. nacido
Children born in these countries have a shorter life expectancy.Los niños nacidos en esto países tienen una esperanza de vida más corta.
2. (derived)
a. nacido
Resentment born of injustice was simmering in the community.Un resentimiento nacido de la injusticia bullía en la comunidad.
3. (natural)
a. nato
Keith Moon was a born drummer.Keith Moon era un baterista nato.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
he's a born storyteller/leaderes un narrador/líder nato
2. (general)
to be bornnacer
I was born in London/in 1975nací en Londres/en 1975
3. (colloquial)
I wasn't born yesterdayno me chupo el dedo
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born [bɔːn]
(pp) nacido
to be born nacer; [+idea] surgir; nacer; I was born in 1955 nací en 1955; a daughter was born to them les nació una hija; to be born again renacer; volver a nacer; evil is born of idleness la pereza es madre de todos los vicios; he wasn't born yesterday! ¡no se chupa el dedo! (informal)
[+actor, leader] nato
he is a born liar es mentiroso por naturaleza; a Londoner born and bred londinense de casta y cuna; in all my born days en mi vida
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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