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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinbuiltin‧built /ˈɪnbɪlt/ adjective [only before noun] British English  CHARACTER OF somethingan inbuilt quality, feature etc is part of the nature of someone or something plants with inbuilt resistance to disease History has an inbuilt tendency to repeat itself.
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inbuiltIncludes an inbuilt conditioning formula to protect hair during perming.I had an inbuilt Dash Riprock decoding device.They do have an inbuilt desire to lay down dominance over one another.Some modern projectors have an inbuilt device for quickly switching to a new bulb.Unlike some singers, she has an inbuilt discipline.Where the guillotine improved on the Halifax design was the inbuilt facility to position the victim accurately and quickly in the machine.The privatised boards have given themselves an inbuilt incentive to exploit their monopoly position.What I now faced was a small town with a strongly macho bias and an inbuilt resistance to change.
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