inbuilt inbuilt


  • (adj) existing as an essential constituent or characteristic


  1. That apparently serene moment was taken in a brief pause amid the passion and inbuilt risk of their life's work.
  2. Clients are equipped with rain gear and helmets, and Citybird and Hg Service customers get inbuilt two-way radios.
  3. Singaporeans drive with inbuilt bells to gently but persistently warn them when they are exceeding the prudent speed limit.


  • How Do Ticks Know to Latch On Behind the Ear?

    Ticks have inbuilt guidance systems, honed by evolution, for reaching the ideal attachment points to suck blood — in mammals that is often the thin-skinned area behind the ear.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: New York Times


  1. "The report described the operation in vastly judgmental language which clearly demonstrates its inbuilt bias against the operation," Foreign Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi told a news conference in the capital Harare. "The report's...
    on Jul 22, 2005 By: Simbarashe Mumbengegwi Source: Independent Online

  2. Outlining the scope of the HR strategy, Ahmad Bin Byat, Secretary General of the Dubai Executive Council, said: "Some of the priority areas inbuilt into the HR strategy will include a strategic and forward-looking policy, promoting accountability...
    on Jul 7, 2008 By: Ahmad Bin Byat Source: Business Intelligence Middle East (press release)

  3. "The common thread in the tale of these three emergencies is that there is an inbuilt desire in the proclaimer of emergency to perpetuate personal power, usurp absolute power, eliminate all possibilities of losing that power and intolerance towards...
    on Nov 4, 2007 By: Arun Jaitley Source: Zee News

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