English version

born

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbornborn1 ●●● S1 W1 verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ be born2 β†’ be born3 β†’ born and bred4 β†’ be born to do/be something5 β†’ I wasn’t born yesterday6 β†’ there’s one born every minute7 β†’ be born under a lucky/unlucky star8 β†’ be born with a silver spoon in your mouthbornborn2 adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ born leader/musician/teacher etc2 β†’ born loser3 β†’ in all your born days
Examples from the Corpus
bornβ€’ This meant Mr Packwood had to bottle feed him every three hours when he was first born.β€’ Mr Waigel is a Bavarian born and bred who has little love for Bonn but none at all for the former Prussian capital.β€’ She left one dead, one born and two crippled for life, one way or the other.β€’ Like rabbits, they are born blind but they do have some very fine body hair.β€’ A newly born child enjoys that status.β€’ I judge you to be a born city person.β€’ The newly born goats were kept in a pen under her bed.β€’ He seemed to be a born leader, someone who inspired confidence and loyalty.β€’ When I read his first essays I knew that he was a born writer.
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