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intrinsic
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
intrinsic /in'trinsik/ (intrinsical) /in'trinsikəl/
  • tính từ
    • (thuộc) bản chất, thực chất; bên trong
      • intrinsic value: giá trị bên trong; giá trị thực chất
    • (giải phẫu) ở bên trong
Concise Dictionary
ɪn'trɪnzɪk /-sɪk
adj.
+belonging to a thing by its very nature
+situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
inherent, basic, fundamental, essential, proper, elemental, organic, natural, native, inbred, congenital, inherited, hereditary, innate, inborn, immanent, indwelling, underlying, constitutional; real, true, actual, genuine:
As no painting has intrinsic worth, its value is arbitrary.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
~ (to sth) belonging to or part of the real nature of sth/sb: the intrinsic value of education + These tasks were repetitive, lengthy and lacking any intrinsic interest. + Small local shops are intrinsic to the town's character.
Compare: EXTRINSIC
intrinsically adverb: There is nothing intrinsically wrong with the idea (= it is good in itself but there may be outside circumstances which mean it is not suitable).


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