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nato

nato(
nah
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toh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (innate)
a. born
Claudia es una artista nata y canta desde que tengo uso de razón.Claudia is a born artist and she's been singing as long as I can remember.
b. natural-born
Julio es un guitarrista nato que nunca recibió clases.Julio is a natural-born guitarist who never had any lessons.
c. natural
Michael llevaba el arte en la sangre. Era un bailarín y cantante nato.The arts were in Michael's blood. He was a natural dancer and singer.
2. (by right of office)
a. ex officio
Los presidentes de los partidos son miembros natos de los consejos que se organicen.The presidents of the parties are ex officio members of any boards that are set up.
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nato
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (de nacimiento)
a. born
un criminal natoa born criminal
nato
adjective
1 (gen) born
un actor nato a born actor; un criminal nato a natural-born criminal; es un pintor nato he's a natural painter
2 (por derecho) ex officio
el secretario es miembro nato de ... the secretary is ex officio a member of ...
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