Meaning of indigenously in English:

indigenously

adverb

See indigenous

‘The notion that democracy can't be imposed but has to grow indigenously easily becomes an excuse for doing nothing and hoping for the best.’
  • ‘Some products are indigenously grown and manufactured while others have to be imported.’
  • ‘Goods that are not indigenously produced are acquired from neighbouring tribes through barter exchange.’
  • ‘At just 20 baht the indigenously produced pill, taken twice a day, costs $29 for a month's supply.’
  • ‘For example, although penetrated by core economic interests, the semi-periphery has its own relatively vibrant indigenously owned industrial base.’