native

listen to the pronunciation of native
Englisch - Türkisch
yerli

Martyna bir Wrocław yerlisidir. - Martyna is a native of Wrocław.

Magdalena bir Łódź yerlisidir. - Magdalena is a native of Łódź.

{s} doğal

Kendi ana dilinde doğal ses çıkarmak ve ana dilin olmayan bir dilde doğal olmayan ses çıkarmak çok kolaydır. - It's very easy to sound natural in your own native language, and very easy to sound unnatural in your non-native language.

Arkadaşım doğal olarak Hollandaca konuşur. - My friend speaks Dutch natively.

{i} yerli mal
yerel

Hala yerel pirinç kekleri yemeyi seven insanlar var. - There are still people who love eating native rice cakes.

Öğrenmekte olduğunuz dili onların konuştuğu bir ülkeyi ziyaret edemiyorsanız, o dilin ana dilini konuşanların takıldığı ve orada takılmaya başlayacağı bir yerel bar bulun. - If you can't visit a country where they speak the language you are learning, find a local bar where native speakers of that language hang out and start hanging out there.

{i} yerli hayvan
{s} doğuştan

Ben doğuştan Japonca konuşan bir kadınım. Ancak durum böyle olmasına rağmen, yazarken veya konuşurken bazen hâlâ küçük hatalar yapıyorum. - I am a native Japanese-speaking woman. But even though this is the case, I sometimes still make small mistakes when I am writing or speaking.

Doğuştan Japonca bilen biri, İngilizcenin öğrenmek için zor olduğunu düşünür mü? - Do native Japanese speakers think that English is hard to learn?

{s} doğuştan olan
(Tıp) Tabii yerinde, normaml yerinde bulunan, nativus
{i} yerli kimse
(Tıp) natif
ana dil

Onun ana dili Fransızcadır. - His native language is French.

Fransızca, onun ana dilidir. - French is her native language.

asıl
zindancı
(Ticaret) mahalli
fıtri
ana lisanı
bağımsız
(to ile) -e özgü
-de yetişen
nativecitizen doğuştan vatandaşlık hakkı olan kimse
anayurt
ye
basit
yerli mal veya hayvan
kendinden olan
native ma büyüme
asıl mem- leket
suni olmayan
bir yerde doğan kimse
tabii
native american
(Tiyatro) amerikan yerlisi
native asphalt
doğal asfalt
native bear
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) koala
native country
anayurt
native language
doğal dil
native to
e özgü
native ability
Allah vergisi yetenek
native born
doğma büyüme
native code compiler
yerli kod derleyicisi
native country
anavatan
native land
anavatan
native language
anadili
native plant
yerli bitki
native plant
bir ülkede yetişen bitki
native speaker
ana dilini konuşan kişi
native american
Amerikanın yerli halkından kişi, Amerikan yerlisi, kızılderili
native attachment
yerli eki
native born
yerli doğdu
native class
yerli sınıf
native classification
yerli sınıflandırma
native code
(Bilgisayar) Yerleşik kod, makina dili
native drama
ulusal drama
native drama
Yerli darama, geleneksel tiyatro
native language
Anadil
native of
ve yerli
native of
(kişi)... doğumlu, ... kökenli
native pear
yerli armut
native soil
vatan topraklan
native speaker
Bir dilin yerli konuşanı, kendi anadilini kendi yurdunda konuşan kişi
native to
(hayvan, bitki) bir yere ait, bir yere özgü
native to
yerli
native-born
doğma büyüme
native behaviour
tabii davranış
native black poplar
(Tarım) yerli karakavak
native black poplar seedling
(Tarım) yerli karakavak fidanı
native born
yerli
native breeds
(Tarım) yerli ırklar
native character set
(Bilgisayar) yerli karakter takımı
native citizen
doğuştan uyrukluk hakkı olan kimse
native citizen
doğuştan vatandaş
native citizen
(Ticaret) doğuştan yurttaş olanlar
native citizen
(Politika, Siyaset) doğumdan beri vatandaş olan
native conformation
(Denizbilim) doğal biçim
native culture
yerel kültür
native data
Özgün veri
native device
Gerekli Aygıt
native digits
Yerli Basamaklar
native error
(Bilgisayar) ana hata
native fishery
(Denizbilim) yerli balıkçılık
native fluency
ana dil seviyesinde
native fluency in english
ana dil seviyesinde ingilizce
native formation
(Biyokimya) doğal biçim
native land
vatan
native land
anayurt
native land
(fiil)tan, anayurt
native language and education
doğal dil ve eğitim
native material
doğal gereç
native mode domain
Yerli Kip Etki Alanı
native of germany
almanyalı
native race
yerel ırk
native race
(Arılık) yerli ırk
native races
yerli ırklar
native range
(Tarım) tabii mera
native shore
vatan
native shore
memleket
native stock
(Denizbilim) yerli stok
native tongue
anadil

Brezilyalıların kendi anadillerinde nasıl 'yerdomuzu' dediklerini bilmiyorum. - I don't know how Brazilians say 'aardvark' in their native tongue.

native tree
yerli orman
native tree
(Çevre) yerli ağaç
native truetype
(Bilgisayar) doğal truetype
native view
(Ticaret) kendi bilgisayarında görmek
native water
nabit su
native word
(Dilbilim) yerli sözcük
native speaker
(Dilbilim) anadil konuşuru
natively
aslında
go native
yerli gibi olmak
digital native
Dijital yerli: Günümüz teknolojisinin var olduğu ortamda doğmuş ve bilgisayar, mp3, televizyon gibi teknolojiler ile büyümüş ana dilini öğrenir gibi teknoloji öğrenmiş kişilere verilen isim
female native of paris
paris kadın yerli
indian person native or resident of gujarat
ındian kişi yerli veya Gujarat resident
inhabitant or native of trinidad
oturan veya Trinidad yerli
mice native to
-de yaşayan fareler
native of
yerlilik
non-native
Yerli olmayan
non-native
Konuştuğu dil ana dili olmayan kişi
don't go native on me
bana yerli gibi davranma
go native
(Fiili Deyim ) yerliler gibi yaşamak
go native
yerliler gibi davranmaya/düşünmeye/giymeye başlamak
my native shore
memleketim
my native shore
yurdum
one's native soil
anavatanı
one's native soil
memleketi
one's native soil
anavatan
Englisch - Englisch
Of or relating to North American Indians or Aboriginal people
A person who is native to a place (literal or metaphoric)
Belonging to one by birth

I need a volunteer native New Yorker for my next joke….

Sometimes used pejoratively against indigenous peoples by their colonizers
Characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from prehistoric times

The native peoples of Australia are called aborigines.

Pertaining to the system or architecture in question

The native integer size is sixteen bits.

A North American Indian or Aboriginal person
Characteristic of or existing by virtue of geographic origin

Many native artists studied abroad.

Occurring naturally in its pure or uncombined form; native aluminium, native salt
Which occurs of its own accord in a given locality, to be contrasted with a species introduced by man

The naturalized Norway maple often outcompetes the native North American sugar maple.

{n} one born in any place
{a} natural, real
Something (usually a piece of software) that comes with NT in the box Part of NT
Refers to a plant or animal species whose geographic range during pre-colonial times included the Piedmont of Maryland Information on native plants can be found in Woody Plants of Maryland (Brown and Brown, 1972) and Herbaceous Plants of Maryland (Brown and Brown, 1984), as well as other sources
Plants which are native to the North American continent
a person who was born in a particular place; an indigenous person belonging to one by birth; "my native land"; "one's native language"
Found in nature uncombined with other elements; as, native silver
Refers to software that has been compiled for a specific platform
Species that grows wild in a particular region
A native of a particular country or region is someone who was born in that country or region. Dr Aubin is a native of St Blaise. Native is also an adjective. Joshua Halpern is a native Northern Californian. men and women native to countries such as Japan
a person who was born in a particular place; an indigenous person
A native ability or quality is one that you possess naturally without having to learn it. We have our native inborn talent, yet we hardly use it. = innate. Native American Native American Church Native American arts Native Dancer native element
In the context of Java programming, something written in a language other than Java (such as C or C++) for a specific platform
as found in nature in the elemental form; "native copper"
Written specifically to run on a particular processor
Of or pertaining to one's birth; natal; belonging to the place or the circumstances in which one is born; opposed to foreign; as, native land, language, color, etc
Something is a standard component of a computer system, such as a native file system or a native protocol
A plant native to a specific region It evolved there and it grows there naturally
native is a modifier that may be applied to method declarations It indicates that the method is implemented (elsewhere) in C, or in some other platform-dependent fashion A native method should have a semicolon instead of a body A native method cannot be abstract, but all other method modifiers may be used with native methods
Software that's written specifically to run on a particular processor For example, a program optimized for a 68K processor runs in native mode on a Quadra, but it runs in emulation mode (which is slower on a Power PC-based Power Mac) Also, the file format in which an application normally saves it documents The native format is generally readable only by that application (other programs can sometimes translate it using filters)
originating, growing, or produced in a certain place
Conferred by birth; derived from origin; born with one; inherent; inborn; not acquired; as, native genius, cheerfulness, simplicity, rights, etc
Original; constituting the original substance of anything; as, native dust
Pertaining to the relationship between a transport user and a transport provider that are both based on the same transport protocol
{s} of or pertaining to one's place of birth; existing at birth, inborn, inherent, natural; local, coming from a certain place
Software written specifically to run on a particular processor Also, the file format in which an application normally saves it documents The native format is generally readable only by that application (other programs can sometimes translate it using filters) [San Diego State University]
Your native country or area is the country or area where you were born and brought up. It was his first visit to his native country since 1948 Mother Teresa visited her native Albania
{i} someone who is indigenous; resident of a certain place from the time of birth
In mining, a mineral that occurs in ore as pure metal; i e , copper, gold, silver or platinum
Part of original flora and fauna of the area in question
Some European people use native to refer to a person living in a non-Western country who belongs to the race or tribe that the majority of people there belong to. This use could cause offence. They used force to banish the natives from the more fertile land. Native is also an adjective. Native people were allowed to retain some sense of their traditional culture and religion. = indigenous
a person who was born in a particular place; an indigenous person belonging to one by birth; "my native land"; "one's native language" being such by origin; "the native North American sugar maple"; "many native artists studied abroad" being or composed of people inhabiting a region from the beginning; "native Americans"; "the aboriginal peoples of Australia" as found in nature in the elemental form; "native copper
normally existing at birth; "mankind's connatural sense of the good"
A software application written specifically for the hardware it runs on In general, native applications run faster and use the hardware's capabilities to a greater extent than non-native applications Natural-language processing A speech-to-text system that digitizes spoken words, translates them into language a computer can understand and then converts that language to text Net PC A type of network computer that acts as a terminal with a hard drive NetPCs execute Windows applications locally and connect to a remote network to execute other applications Network computer (NC) A computer with minimal memory, disk storage and processor power that executes programs and saves data on a shared network New economy The current state of the global, innovative, Internet-influenced economic order The old economy was static, with change occurring relatively slowly Notcom A company with no presence on the Web
belonging to one by birth; "my native land"; "one's native language"
Any of the live stock found in a region, as distinguished from such as belong to pure and distinct imported breeds
Arising by birth; having an origin; born
A term used to refer generally to Aboriginal peoples The term "Aboriginal person" is preferred to "native"
as found in nature in the elemental form; "native copper
Characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning
A species which developed and evolved in a particular area and was present prior to European settlement [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location]
Born in the region in which one lives; as, a native inhabitant, race; grown or originating in the region where used or sold; not foreign or imported; as, native oysters, or strawberries
a method modifier that indicated that the method is defined elsewhere and in another platform-dependent fashion Native methods should have a semicolon in place of its body
Found in nature; not artificial; as native sodium chloride
– Indigenous, belonging to a country or locality
1 Said of software that's written specifically to run on a particular processor For example, a program optimized for a 68K processor runs in native mode on a Quandra, but it runs in emulation mode (which is slower) on a PowerPC-based Power Mac 2 The file format in which an application normally saves its documents The native format is generally readable only by that application (other programs can sometimes translate it using filters) Compare interchange format
Your native language or tongue is the first language that you learned to speak when you were a child. She spoke not only her native language, Swedish, but also English and French French is not my native tongue
When used for a plant or animal, it refers to one which normally inhabits a country, and has not been introduced to that country
being such by origin; "the native North American sugar maple"; "many native artists studied abroad"
Naturally related; cognate; connected (with)
being or composed of people inhabiting a region from the beginning; "native Americans"; "the aboriginal peoples of Australia"
Plants or animals that are native to a particular region live or grow there naturally and were not brought there. a project to create a 50 acre forest of native Caledonian pines Many of the plants are native to Brazil. = indigenous Native is also a noun. The coconut palm is a native of Malaysia
usually refers to software that is written to take advantage of the newer types of processor chips in the PowerMacs (e g SoundApp PPC is a native application) Also used to refer to a file belonging to a specific application (e g a Signalyze-native file will have a Signalyze icon)
The subject of a natal chart
One who, or that which, is born in a place or country referred to; a denizen by birth; an animal, a fruit, or vegetable, produced in a certain region; as, a native of France
indigenous
innative
Native American
An American Indian, especially in the United States
Native American
Of the American Indians
Native Americans
plural form of Native American
Native Californian
Of or relating to the Native Californians

It is not clear whether Native Californian women who established joint residences with Native Alaskan, Creole, or Russian men were drafted into mandatory service for the Company.

Native Californian
An indigenous person of California; a member of one of the indigenous tribes historically associated with California

The effete finger-twisting techniques of modern survival books and classes are tedious and slow and assume that we are all too citified to learn what every Native Californian knew well: the hand rolling of cordage on the thigh.

native aluminium
Aluminium metal, rarely found in nature in oxygen deficient environments such as volcanic mud
native bear
A koala
native cat
The quoll. (Reference: R. M. W. Dixon, Australian Aboriginal Words'', Oxford University Press, 1990, ISBN 0-19-553099-3, page 79.)
native companions
plural form of native companion
native element
any chemical element which occurs in nature uncombined with other elements; includes the atmospheric gases, several metals and semimetals, and the nonmetals sulfur and carbon
native ground
Alternative name of native soil
native land
Alternative name of native soil
native language
The language of a Native or Aboriginal people (often capitalized)

Additional Alaska Native language programs have been offered by the Goldbelt Corporation and Sealaska Corporation. Elementary, intermediate, and advanced Tlingit, as well as elementary Haida, have been taught at the University of Alaska Southeast by Native speakers who are fluent and also understand the worldview expressed by the languages, as reflected in their syntax and grammar and their cultural references.

native language
One's first language, learned in early childhood

Mary Katharine, one of the things in California, kids apparently who speak English as a second language have a year in which they can take classes that are taught in their native language in addition to English, and some people would say that that should help them really get established and after that, you're on your own, go take all the tests in English.

native languages
plural form of native language
native monkey
A koala

It forms the genus Phascolarctos, and is called by the colonists “native bear” or “native monkey.”.

native resolution
The normal, out-of-the-box preset resolution for a computer monitor or projector
native soil
Source, place of origin, principal location, or natural habitat

An innate passion for all that was thus distinguished and exceptional made her revere Hillbridge as the native soil of those intellectual amenities that were of such difficult growth in the thin air of East Onondaigua.

native soil
The country or geographical region where one was born or which one considers to be one's true homeland

Nawaz Sharif, two-time Prime Minister of Pakistan, had planned a triumphant return to his native soil nearly seven years after choosing exile.

native son
A man born in a specified place
native speaker
A person who grew up with a particular language as their mother tongue

a native speaker of English.

native speakers
plural form of native speaker
native species
a species that normally lives and thrives in a particular ecosystem. This can include any species that developed with the surrounding habitat, and can be assisted by or affected by a new species
native species
Plural of native species
native support
a feature that works out of the box, without the need to install extensions or rely on external modules

My web-browser has native support for displaying SVG images.

native support
a feature that already exists in the environment in which an application is run

My plug-in allows the media player to use the existing native support to play videos.

native-born
being a native and inhabitant of the same place
native country
country of origin, country where one was born
native code
(Bilgisayar) Native code also referred to as native language, programming code that is written to run on a specific processor using that processor's instruction set. In order for that program to run on a different processor than the one intended by the native code, the code must be run through an emulator software program that instructs the computer to mimic the processor the native code is meant for
native language
(Bilgisayar) Native code also referred to as native language, programming code that is written to run on a specific processor using that processor's instruction set. In order for that program to run on a different processor than the one intended by the native code, the code must be run through an emulator software program that instructs the computer to mimic the processor the native code is meant for
native to
(of animals and plants) existing naturally in a place
Native American
{s} pertaining to American Indians, of the indigenous peoples of North and South America
Native American
{i} American Indian, member of any of the aboriginal peoples inhabiting North and South America, Amerindian
Native American
Native Americans are people from any of the many groups who were already living in North America before Europeans arrived. The eagle is the animal most sacred to the Native Americans. = American Indian Native American is also an adjective. a gathering of Native American elders. Many Americans have come to prefer Native American over Indian both as a term of respect and as a corrective to the famous misnomer bestowed on the peoples of the Americas by a geographically befuddled Columbus. There are solid arguments for this preference. Native American eliminates any confusion between indigenous American peoples and the inhabitants of India, making it the clear choice in many official contexts. It is also historically accurate, despite the insistence by some that Indians are no more native to America than anyone else since their ancestors are assumed to have migrated here from Asia. But one sense of native is "being a member of the original inhabitants of a particular place," and Native Americans' claim to being the original inhabitants of the Americas is unchallenged.·Accuracy and precision aside, however, the choice between these two terms is often made as a matter of principle. For many, Native American is the only choice for expressing respect toward America's indigenous peoples; Indian is seen as wrong and offensive. For others, the former smacks of bureaucracy and the manipulation of language for political purposes while the latter is the natural English term, its inaptness made irrelevant by long use. Fortunately, this controversy appears to have subsided somewhat in recent years, and it is now common to find the two terms used interchangeably in the same piece of writing. Furthermore, the issue has never been particularly divisive between Indians and non-Indians. While generally welcoming the respectful tone of Native American, most Indian writers have continued to use the older name at least as often as the newer one.·Native American and Indian are not exact equivalents when referring to the aboriginal peoples of Canada and Alaska. Native American, the broader term, is properly used of all such peoples, whereas Indian is customarily used of the northern Athabaskan and Algonquian peoples in contrast to the Eskimos, Inuits, and Aleuts. Alaska Native (or less commonly Native Alaskan) is also properly used of all indigenous peoples residing in Alaska. See Usage Note at Indian. someone who belongs to one of the races that lived in North America before Europeans arrived
Native American Church
or peyotism Religious movement among North American Indians involving the drug peyote. Peyote was first used to induce supernatural visions in Mexico in pre-Columbian times; its use extended north into the Great Plains in the 19th century, and peyotism is now practiced among more than 50 tribes. Peyotist beliefs, which combine Indian and Christian elements, vary from tribe to tribe. They involve worship of the Great Spirit, a supreme deity who deals with humans through various other spirits. In many tribes peyote is personified as Peyote Spirit and is associated with Jesus. The rite often begins on Saturday evening and continues through the night. The Peyote Road is a way of life calling for brotherly love, family care, self-support through work, and avoidance of alcohol
Native American arts
Literary, performing, and visual arts of the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere. Folktales have long been a part of the social and cultural life of diverse groups of American Indian and Inuit peoples. These tales were passed on orally by storytellers whose presentation could shape the power of a story. One technique they frequently employed was the repetition of incidents. Elements of mythology which vary from region to region are also central. Any definition of a Native American musical style is complicated by the variety between tribes and within tribal repertoires. An evident feature of much music is male dominance. Equally evident is its limitation to a single singer, who performs without harmonization and with percussion accompaniment. The singing voice is well supported from the diaphragm and has a pulsating quality caused by the rhythmic expulsion of breath. Melodies are generally sparse, sometimes even monotone; only rarely do songs expand beyond the notes of the pentatonic (five-tone) scale. Among the instruments used are drums, rattles, and sometimes wind instruments such as the panpipe. The dances of Native American peoples represent forms passed down over centuries and modified through interaction with foreign and other Indian cultures. Their origins lie in religious rites; in attempts to invoke magic and thus cure illness or assure success in food production, hunting, and warfare; and in such life-passage rites as birth, puberty, and death. Patterns within the dance reflect complex relations of rank and gender, and the dancers themselves often represent different religious symbols. Characteristic of Indian dancers is a slightly forward-tilted posture, forward raising of the knee, flat-footed stamp or toe-heeled action, and tendencies towards muscular restraint and relaxation in gesture. Native American visual arts also vary widely from tribe to tribe and region to region. The particular utilitarian form that Native American art took on often reflected the social organization of the cultures involved; for example, political and military societies found their major art forms in weaponry, pageantry of costume, and panoply. Working with the materials natural to their respective homelands, the various Indian cultures also produced art that reflected their environment; for example, those living in forested regions became gifted sculptors in wood. Some of the best Native American artwork was applied to those objects intended to please a deity, soothe the angry gods, and placate or frighten evil spirits. Among the many media explored by Native American cultures are weaving, pottery, basketry, wooden sculpture, clayware, quillwork, embroidery, beadwork, totem poles, murals, and masks. Architectural achievements are also varied and include the monumental stone cliff dwellings of the American Southwest and the enormous Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl at Cholula in Mexico. See also kachina; Navajo weaving; oral tradition; Pueblo pottery; trickster tale
Native Dancer
(foaled 1950) U.S. Thoroughbred racehorse. He won the Preakness and Belmont stakes in 1953 but finished second in the Kentucky Derby. In 1954 he was named Horse of the Year. He won 21 of 22 total starts, achieving widespread popularity as the first horse whose major victories were seen on national television
Native Hawaiian
A member or descendant of the indigenous Polynesian people of the Hawaiian Islands
native american
of or pertaining to American Indians or their culture or languages; "Native American religions"; "Indian arrowheads"
native american
any member of the peoples living in North or South America before the Europeans arrived
native american
– the first people living in North and South America Many groups of people today are Native Americans and have ancestors who lived in the country for thousands of years before Columbus came They are also called American Indian, First American, Alaska Native and Native People
native american
Native American themed original artwork and related decor of sculpture and more
native american
including Aleut, American Indian, Eskimo, Native Hawaiian
native american
A person who is an American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut or Native Hawaiian, and regarded as such by the community of which the person claims to be a part Native Americans must be documented members of a North American tribe, band or otherwise organized group of native people who are indigenous to the continental United States and proof can be provided through a Native American Blood Degree Certificate (i e , tribal registry letter, tribal roll register number)
native american
A tribe, people, or culture that is indigenous to the United States
native american
Of, or relating to, a tribe, people, or culture that is indigenous to the United States (25 U S C 3001 9)
native american
All persons having origins in any of the original peoples of North or South America Hispanic: All persons having origins in any of the original peoples of Spain or Portugal This category would generally include, for instance: Chicanos, Mexican-Americans, Mexicans, Central and South Americans, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Spaniards, and Portuguese
native americans
American Indians whose ancestors were the first inhabitants of this country
native americans
Includes American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, and Native Hawaiians
native americans
Persons having origins in any of the original peoples of North America or the Hawaiian Islands, in particular American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts and Native Hawaiians
native americans
The term "Native Americans" means American Indians, Alaskan Natives, Aleuts, and Native Hawaiians
native americans
The term "Native American" was created in the 1960s to designate American Indians and Alaskan Natives Today, it is the generally accepted "politically correct" term, although not all "Native Americans" like to be designated as such and prefer "American Indian" In Canada, the commonly used term is First Nation or aboriginal
native beech
tall Australian timber tree yielding tough hard wood used for staves etc
native cat
carnivorous arboreal catlike marsupials of Australia and Tasmania
native cranberry
small prostrate or ascending shrub having scarlet flowers and succulent fruit resembling cranberries; sometimes place in genus Styphelia
native customs
traditions which are specific to a certain location
native element
Any of the 19 chemical elements that occur as minerals and are found in nature uncombined with other elements. They are commonly divided into three groups: metals (platinum, iridium, osmium, iron, zinc, tin, gold, silver, copper, mercury, lead, chromium); semimetals (bismuth, antimony, arsenic, tellurium, selenium); and nonmetals (sulfur, carbon). Members of the group of native elements form under widely varying physicochemical conditions and in very different rock types. Many deposits are sufficiently abundant to be commercially important
native hawaiian
a member or descendant of the indigenous Polynesian people who lived in the Hawaiian Islands
native land
the country where you were born
native land
country one was born and raised in
native language
The student's native language (used in the student's home) Mailings and report card comments are generated in this language
native language
mother tongue, language one grew up speaking
native language
language supported by a particular computer system (the host) in the absence of software to create the support Strictly speaking, native language refers to the central processing unit's (CPU's) machine language, but the term is sometimes applied to a high-level language specifically supported by the operating system
native language
(n ) A high-level computer language supported by the operating and other systems, such as toolbox routines Also called host language
native language
the language that a person has spoken from earliest childhood
native language
Language normally used by the child’s parents
native language
The primary language used by an individual
native language
(1) The instructions that a particular processor can execute directly; machine language (2) The text that an executing program uses to communicate with a user or environment; that is, the natural language of the end user
native mode
when all the domain controllers in a given domain are running Windows 2000 Server This mode allows organizations to take advantage of new Active Directory features such as Universal groups, nested group membership, and inter-domain group membership Compare Mixed Mode
native mode
all domain controllers run Windows 2000 Server Native mode allows organizations to take advantage of new Active Directory features such as Universal groups, nested group membership, and inter-domain group membership
native mode
The operational environment in which native RISC instructions run
native mode
The condition in which all domain controllers within a domain are Windows 2000 domain controllers and an administrator has enabled native mode operation (through Active Directory Users and Computers) See also mixed mode
native orange
small Australian tree bearing edible dark purple fruit
native pear
tree bearing pear-shaped fruit with a thick woody epicarp
native plant
A plant growing naturally in your climate or in climatic conditions similar to the ones in which it is now planted
native plant
a plant that naturally occurs in a given area or region
native plant
So much of our landscape has been altered by human colonization and development Plants (and animals) native to many areas have undergone continuing population pressures resulting from habitat destruction Home owners have opted for lawns, Norway maples, and hybrid tea roses --with their accompanying spectrum of special fertilizers, pesticides, and fungicides-- rather than planting with native grasses, trees, flowers, and shrubs The benefit is at least threefold Landscapes that simulate natural patterns with native plants attract and support native birds, butterflies, and animals They also have very few disease and pest problems, saving the homeowners a great expense And as importantly, they are enjoyable to create and beautiful to look at
native plant
A plant that lives or grows naturally in a particular region without direct or indirect human intervention
native pomegranate
small Australian tree bearing edible fruit resembling the pomegranate
native speaker
A native speaker of a language is someone who speaks that language as their first language rather than having learned it as a foreign language. Our programme ensures daily opportunities to practice your study language with native speakers. someone who has learned a particular language as their first language, rather than as a foreign language non-native speaker
native speaker
person who grew up speaking the language
native speaker
a speaker of a particular language who has spoken that language since earliest childhood; "native speakers of French
native species
A species that occurs naturally in the region; endemic to the area
native species
Those plant and animal species indigenous to the planning or assessment area
native species
Species which have lived in a particular region or area for an extended
native species
With respect to a particular ecosystem, a species that, other than as a result of an introduction, historically occurred or currently occurs in that ecosystem
native species
A species of fish indigenous to Washington State
native species
A species that is a part of an area's original fauna or flora
native species
A species that is a part of an area's original fauna or flora ADVANCE \x 540
native species
- Species that occur naturally in an area, and therefore one that has not been introduced by humans either accidentally or intentionally
native species
Species native to a particular geographic area Because they are part of an ecosystem where everything is interdependent, these species are adapted to local foods, soil and weather conditions, and pests and diseases Native plants, for example, need less water, fertilizer, and pesticides than species not adapted to that particular location
native species
Those plants and animal species indigenous to the plan area or assessment area (USFS 1999)
native species
– Species that are indigenous to a region: not introduced or exotic
native species
plants, animals, fungi, and micro-organisms that occur naturally in a given area or region
native species
a species which is a part of the original fauna or flora of the area in question
native species
A species which is a part of the original fauna or flora of the area in question Natural barrier - Any area where lack of flammable material obstructs the spread of wildfires Natural soil - A soil having a pH value between 6 6 and 7 3 Nomex - Fire resistant synthetic material used in the manufacture of flight suits, pants and shirts used by firefighters Non-point source pollution - Pollution of diffuse origin not resulting from any discernible, confined or discrete conveyances or readily identifiable source Nutrients - Mineral elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus or potassium that are naturally present or may be added as fertilizer or a fire retardant
native species
species that is within its known historical range, and there is no evidence of humans having artificially introduced it
native species
Any animal and plant species originally in the United States (USFS)
native species
Species that have evolved in, or are indigenous to, a specific area
native species
Species that normally exists and reproduces in a specific region of the Earth Compare with immigrant species, indicator species, and keystone species
native species
Species that occur naturally in an area
native species
A species that occurs naturally in an area (i e not introduced)
native species
a species that occurs naturally in an area or habitat Also called indigenous species
native steel
A sort of steel which has been found where a burning coal seam had reduced and carbonized adjacent iron ore
native tongue
mother tongue, first language learned
native town
town where one was born
native-born
belonging to a place by birth; "a native-born Scot"; "a native Scot
native-born
belonging to a place by birth; "a native-born Scot"; "a native Scot"
native-born Israeli
person who was born in Israel, one who is native to Israel
go native
To adopt the lifestyle or outlook of local inhabitants, especially when dwelling in a colonial region; to become less refined under the influence of a less cultured, more primitive, or simpler social environment

Yet while Gauguin went native, taking teenage mistresses, wearing local costumes and building his own wooden hut, his ultimate purpose was to impress the art world back home.

go native
Of a contractor or consultant, to begin working directly as an employee for a company and cease to work through a contracting firm or agency
goes native
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of go native
going native
Present participle of go native
gone native
Past participle of go native
non-native
Not indigenous to a particular area; foreign; invasive
non-native speaker
antonym of native speaker: someone who has another native tongue then the language being used
went native
Simple past of go native
native language
{i} mother tongue

What is your mother tongue? - What's your native language?

My mother tongue is Spanish. - My native language is Spanish.

natively
by birth, in a natural manner; originally
digital native
A digital native is a person who has grown up with digital technology such as computers, the Internet, mobile phones and MP3. A digital immigrant is an individual who grew up without digital technology and adopted it later. A digital native might refer to their new "camera"; a digital immigrant might refer to their new "digital camera"
native language
mother language
Alaska Native
A member of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska, including American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut peoples. Also called Native Alaskan. See Usage Note at Native American
Native American
injun
alaska native
a member or descendant of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska
being a native-born Israeli
having been born and raised in Israel
natively
By natural or original condition; naturally; originally
natively
In the manner of a native
natives
plural of native
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von native im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

doğma büyüme native of, born and bred
in (a place)
native
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