[nach-er-uh l-bawrn, nach-ruh l-] /ˈnætʃ ər əlˈbɔrn, ˈnætʃ rəl-/
by virtue of one’s nature, qualities, or innate talent:
a natural-born musician.
being as specified through one’s birth: a natural-born Irishman
having a position or status from birth
1580s, from natural (adj.) + born.
Total; absolute; innate: The man’s a natural-born spaz/ a natural-born artist (1930s+ Black)
noun 1. a natural limestone bridge in western Virginia. 215 feet (66 meters) high; 90 feet (27 meters) span. noun 1. a national monument in SE Utah containing three natural bridges. Largest, 222 feet (68 meters) high; 261 feet (80 meters) span.
noun 1. Law. 2. .
noun 1. childbirth involving little or no use of drugs or anesthesia and usually involving a program in which the mother is psychologically and physically prepared for the birth process. noun 1. a method of childbirth characterized by the absence of anaesthetics, in which the expectant mother is given special breathing and relaxing exercises natural […]
noun 1. death that occurs from natural causes, as disease or old age, rather than from violence or an accident.