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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinherentin‧her‧ent /ɪnˈhɪərənt, -ˈher- $ -ˈhɪr-, -ˈher-/ ●○○ AWL adjective formal  PARTa quality that is inherent in something is a natural part of it and cannot be separated from itinherent in I’m afraid the problems you mention are inherent in the system. Every business has its own inherent risks.inherently adverb Firefighting is an inherently dangerous occupation.
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inherentthe uncertainties that are inherent in the research and development processSurgical procedures have many risks inherent in them.Money is unfortunately an inherent part of politics.Dance is also an inherent part of the culture.inherent inThey discussed the risks inherent in starting a small business.
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