Definition of inherently in English:


Translate inherently into Spanish


  • In a permanent, essential, or characteristic way.

    ‘the work is inherently dangerous’
    • ‘his theories are inherently flawed’
    • ‘criticism is inherently threatening’
    • ‘The refusal of the public is a position taken in relation to the inherently public nature of architecture.’
    • ‘The external diagonal steel structure uses triangular forms to be inherently strong, permitting a flexible column-free interior space.’
    • ‘There is something inherently uncanny about the medium of relief.’
    • ‘Every manager of an inherently slow site blames everybody else, including "busy highways, clogged servers," etc.’
    • ‘There is nothing inherently special about these greenhouses themselves.’
    • ‘Displaced just a bit from the vertical axis of the triangle, this stripe drastically destabilizes an inherently stable shape.’
    • ‘Fortunately, digital art alters the playing field in ways that inherently challenge curatorial control.’
    • ‘The endless combination of forms possible in the composition of these towns makes them inherently fascinating.’
    • ‘Cotton production, like many other agricultural enterprises, is inherently risky.’
    • ‘The academy was quick to note that "genetic engineering is not an inherently hazardous process."’



/inˈhirəntlē/ /ɪnˈhɪrəntli/ /inˈherəntlē/ /ɪnˈhɛrəntli/