natural στα Αγγλικά

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adj. conforming to the laws of nature; normal; inborn, instinctive; of or relating to nature; not artificial, organic; physical, earthbound
n. person with innate talent for a certain role (Slang); stupid person; white piano key
adj. natural, native; lifelike; fresh; simple, easy; plain

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Nevertheless, Morocco is a country of wild natural areas and it has one of the most inaccessible mountain ranges in Africa, The High Atlas.
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Something else I loved for dessert were the natural dates, found at many food markets around the medinas (a city’s old quarter).
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For example, a lot of them are covered from head to toe to protect themselves from the sun and preserve their traditional and natural white skin tone.
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The natural habitats of animals are being destroyed.
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“It turned into a pig,” Alice said calmly, just as if it had come back in a natural way.
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“And he is getting on well, Mr Fogg?” inquired Fix, in the most natural tone.
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(When she thought it over afterwards, it seemed to her that she should have been astonished, but at the time it all seemed completely natural.)
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However, the Europeans remain dependent on exports of natural gas from Russia, so are less motivated.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Talking to him seemed to be so natural that I felt I had always known him.
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Like his mother, he had big brown eyes, fringed with long lashes, and his blond hair fell in natural curls on his shoulders.
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