natively

All Adverb
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  • However, those attempts fall far short of what C++ natively offers.
  • Most users have abandoned it because it can no longer run natively on modern machines.
  • Although all of the members spoke French natively, most of the songs were in English.
  • The language died out as a natively-spoken language in the province in the early 20th century.
  • They simply could not natively run in this new mode without significant modification.
  • The most natively interesting object to a man is his own personal self and its fortunes. Cited from Talks to Teachers and Students, by William James
  • A majority of Asian countries have more than one language that is natively spoken.
  • Most Asian countries have more than one language that is natively spoken.
  • No other languages are spoken natively in any significant numbers.
  • It is natively found in Europe and is an introduced species in North America.
  • These are two versions of Grace working natively in the Windows operating systems.
  • Information about what tables and views (other than basic ones) are supported natively.
  • Of course it is hard enough for those, most natively disposed that way, to strike fire. Cited from At Home And Abroad, by Margaret Fuller Ossoli
  • In January, students begin language training in the country that natively speaks the language they are learning.
  • Information about what other objects are supported natively.
  • The software can run under their respective operating systems natively without emulation.
  • The human intelligence is natively prone to look towards new things. Cited from Nonsenseorship, by G. G. Putnam
  • It is found natively in the eastern United States and Canada.
  • These classes allow you to natively store complicated biological data structure effectively.
  • Tropical areas often fit both criteria, given their natively high diversity and relative lack of development.
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