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native in Nationality & race topic

nativenative2 ●○○ noun [countable]  1 COME FROM/ORIGINATEa person who was born in a particular placenative of a native of Switzerland2 LIVE SOMEWHEREsomeone who lives in a place all the time or has lived there a long timenative of He has become a native of Glasgow.3 [usually plural] not politeSANCOME FROM/ORIGINATE a word used by white people in the past to refer to the people who lived in America, Africa, southern Asia etc before European people arrived, now considered offensiveHe was not certain whether the natives were friendly.4 HBPHBAa plant or animal that grows or lives naturally in a placenative of The bear was once a native of Britain.
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nativeShe is a native of Ballinasloe and has many interests including reading, music and television.Sam Smith is one of many natives who wish good times had never come to Williamson County.We have to decipher these other natives of the forest if we want to understand the landscape.The only reasons for the establishment of Kuznetsk were to collect and trade in furs and control the natives.It was easy to tell the natives from the tourists.They often loaned firearms to the natives and opened their homes to them.The natives are the ones manning the stalls selling papal T-shirts, key rings and statues.He remembered how innocently they had discussed which natives they would blow to smithereens and which they would grant a reprieve to.native ofBarber is a native of Arlington, Virginia.Basil is a native of Thailand and India.