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'''Innate''' is used to describe an inherent or [[intrinsic]] characteristic or property of some thing, such as a quality or capability which is possessed since birth.
 
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*[[Nature (innate)]]
 
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Innate is used to describe an inherent or intrinsic characteristic or property of some thing, such as a quality or capability which is possessed since birth.

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