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natural /ˈnætʃərəl/ adjective


طبیعی ، سرشتی ، نهادی ، فطری ، جبلی ، بدیهی ، مسلم ، استعداد ذاتی ، احمق ، دیوانه ، عادی ، عمران: طبیعی ، معماری: طبیعی ، قانون ـ فقه: قهری ، روانشناسی: طبیعی
natural
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- normal, common, everyday, legitimate, logical, ordinary, regular, typical, usual
- unaffected, genuine, ingenuous, open, real, simple, spontaneous, unpretentious, unsophisticated
- innate, characteristic, essential, inborn, inherent, instinctive, intuitive, native
- pure, organic, plain, unrefined, whole
Antonyms: abnormal, unnatural, affected, artificial
Contrasted words: ceremonial, ceremonious, conventional, formal, ostentatious, pretentious, showy, assumed, contrived, counterfeited, feigned, pretended, artful, sophisticated, studied
Related Words: impulsive, instinctive, spontaneous, easy, unlabored, constitutional, ingrained, inherent, folksy, homespun, unpretentious, ignorant, primitive, undesigning, unconstrained, unembarrassed, candid, frank, open, plain, sincere, unfeigned, provincial, rustic
English Thesaurus: natural, wild, pure, organic, unspoiled, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. natural1 S2 W1 /ˈnætʃərəl/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: nature, naturalist, naturalism, naturalization, naturalness, the supernatural, natural, naturist, naturism; adverb: naturallyunnaturally, naturalistically, supernaturally; adjective: naturalunnatural, supernatural, naturalistic; verb: naturalize]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin naturalis, from natura; nature]

1. NATURE existing in nature and not caused, made, or controlled by people ⇒ artificial, man-made:
the study of the natural world (=trees, rivers, animals, plants etc)
an area of spectacular natural beauty
natural disasters (=things such as floods or earthquakes)
death from natural causes
the need for natural light in offices

2. NORMAL normal and as you would expect Antonym : unnatural, abnormal:
At the time, accepting his offer had seemed the most natural thing in the world.
it is natural (for somebody) to do something
It’s not natural for a child of his age to be so quiet.
It’s only natural that he should be interested in what happens.
It was a perfectly natural (=not surprising) mistake to make.

3. BEHAVIOUR a natural tendency or type of behaviour is part of your character when you are born, rather than one that you learn later:
Babies have a natural fear of falling.

4. ABILITY having a particular quality or skill without needing to be taught and without needing to try hard:
a natural musician
Cheryl has a natural elegance about her.
his natural ability with figures

5. RELAXED behaving in a way that is normal and shows you are relaxed and not trying to pretend:
Be cool, be natural.

6. PARENT/CHILD [only before noun]
a) someone’s natural parent or child is their real parent or child, who is biologically related to them:
An adopted young person has the right to trace his natural parents.
b) old-fashioned if someone is the natural child of someone, their parents were not married to each other:
He was rumoured to be the natural son of a duke.

7. REAL not connected with gods, magic, or spirits Antonym : supernatural:
I’m sure there’s a perfectly natural explanation.

8. natural justice/law justice that is based on human reason alone

9. FOOD with nothing added to change the taste:
natural yoghurt

10. MUSIC technical a musical note that is natural has been raised from a flat by one semitone or lowered from a sharp by one semitone ⇒ sharp, flat
—naturalness noun [uncountable]:
Manufacturers now choose to emphasize the naturalness of the ingredients used in their products.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. natural2 noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: nature, naturalist, naturalism, naturalization, naturalness, the supernatural, natural, naturist, naturism; adverb: naturallyunnaturally, naturalistically, supernaturally; adjective: naturalunnatural, supernatural, naturalistic; verb: naturalize]

1. be a natural to be good at doing something without having to try hard or practise:
People think I am a natural, but I’ve had to work at it.

2. technical
a) a musical note that has been changed from a flat to be a semitone higher, or from a sharp to be a semitone lower
b) the sign in written music that shows this kind of musical note

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

natural
adj.
I. not made by people
VERBS be All the fibres are natural.
ADV. completely completely natural materials

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

natural
II. usual/normal
VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound
ADV. only, perfectly, quite It's only natural that she should feel upset.
fairly

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

natural
ˈnætʃrəl
See: big as life or big as life and twice as natural

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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