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tính từ
(thuộc) nơi sinh
nơi sinh, quê hương
tự nhiên, bẩm sinh
tài năng bẩm sinh, thiên tư
(thuộc) địa phương; (thuộc) thổ dân
những phong tục của dân địa phương
tự nhiên (kim loại, (khoáng chất))
vàng tự nhiên
danh từ
người sinh ở, người quê quán ở, người địa phương, thổ dân
a native of Hanoi
người quê ở Hà nội
loài (vật, cây) địa phương, loài nguyên sản; thổ sản
sò nuôi (ở bờ biển Anh)
hoà nhập vào cộng đồng bản xứ
Chuyên ngành Anh - Việt
Kỹ thuật
tự nhiên, tự sinh, thiên nhiên; tại chỗ, địa phương
Từ điển Anh - Anh


native (nāʹtĭv) adjective

Abbr. nat.

1. Existing in or belonging to one by nature; innate: native ability.

2. Being such by birth or origin: a native Scot.

3. Being one's own because of the place or circumstances of one's birth: our native land.

4. Originating, growing, or produced in a certain place or region; indigenous: a plant native to Asia.

5. Of, belonging to, or characteristic of the original inhabitants of a particular place.

6. Occurring in nature pure or uncombined with other substances: native copper.

7. Natural; unaffected: native beauty.

8. Archaic. Closely related, as by birth or race.


Abbr. nat.

1. a. One born in or connected with a place by birth: a native of Scotland now living in the United States. b. One of the original inhabitants or lifelong residents of a place.

2. An animal or a plant that originated in a particular place or region.


[Middle English, from Old French natif, from Latin nātīvus, from nātus past participle of nāscī, to be born.]

naʹtively adverb

naʹtiveness noun

Synonyms: native, indigenous, endemic, autochthonous, aboriginal. These adjectives mean of, belonging to, or connected with a specific place or country by virtue of birth or origin. Native implies birth or origin in the specified place: a native Frenchman; the native North American sugar maple. Indigenous specifies that something or someone is native rather than coming or being brought in from elsewhere: The tomato is indigenous to South America. The Ainu are indigenous to the northernmost islands of Japan. Something endemic is prevalent in or peculiar to a particular locality or people: Food shortages and starvation are endemic in certain parts of the world. Autochthonous applies to what arises in the locality where it is found and has not been exposed to or has resisted change from outside sources: Bartók collected autochthonous folk melodies and used them in his compositions. Aboriginal describes what has existed from the beginning; it is often applied to the earliest known inhabitants of a place: aboriginal chiefs; the aboriginal population; aboriginal nature. See also synonyms at crude.

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
native (adj)
  • innate, natural, inborn, instinctive, inherent, built-in, intrinsic, intuitive
    antonym: acquired
  • indigenous, local, aboriginal, resident, autochthonous
    antonym: foreign
  • native (n)
    inhabitant, resident, local, national, citizen, subject, aboriginal
    antonym: foreigner