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intrinsic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintrinsicin‧trin‧sic /ɪnˈtrɪnsɪk, -zɪk/ ●○○ AWL adjective  REAL/NOT FALSE OR ARTIFICIALbeing part of the nature or character of someone or something opp extrinsic the intrinsic interest of the subjectintrinsic nature/quality/value/property of something There is nothing in the intrinsic nature of the work that makes it more suitable for women.intrinsic to Flexibility is intrinsic to creative management.intrinsically /-kli/ adverb Science is seen as intrinsically good.
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intrinsicParents need to teach children the intrinsic value of good behavior.intrinsic toFlexibility is intrinsic to creative management.
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