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native

美 [ˈneɪtɪv]
英 ['neɪtɪv]
  • n.本地人;当地人;出生于某国(或某地)的人
  • adj.出生地的;儿时居住地的;本地的;当地的
  • 网络原生;本国的;本土的
复数:natives  
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adj.
1.
[obn]
出生地的;儿时居住地的connected with the place where you were born and lived for the first years of your life
your native land/country/city
你的故乡╱祖国╱故里
It is a long time since he has visited his native Chile.
他很久没有回故乡智利了。
Her native language is Korean.
她的母语是朝鲜语。
2.
[obn]
本地的;当地的connected with the place where you have always lived or have lived for a long time
native Berliners
土生土长的柏林人
3.
[obn]
土著的;土著人的connected with the people who originally lived in a country before other people, especially white people, came there
native peoples
土著民族
native art
土著艺术
4.
~ (to…)
原产于某地的;土产的;当地的existing naturally in a place
the native plants of America
美国的土生植物
The tiger is native to India.
这种虎原产于印度。
native species
当地的物种
5.
[obn]
天赋的;与生俱来的that you have naturally without having to learn it
native cunning
与生俱来的狡猾
IDM
go native
入乡随俗;同化to try to live and behave like the local people
n.
1.
出生于某国(或某地)的人a person who was born in a particular country or area
a native of New York
纽约人
2.
本地人;当地人a person who lives in a particular place, especially sb who has lived there a long time
You can always tell the difference between the tourists and the natives.
游客与当地人之间的区别一望即知。
She speaks Italian like a native.
她的意大利语说得和意大利人一样。
3.
(旧时欧洲人用以称呼先于白人居住在某地的人)土著a word used in the past by Europeans to describe a person who lived in a place originally, before white people arrived there
disputes between early settlers and natives
早期移民和土著之间的纷争
4.
本地的动物(或植物)an animal or a plant that lives or grows naturally in a particular area
The kangaroo is a native of Australia.
袋鼠是产于澳大利亚的动物。

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