1. belonging to a place by birth
    a native Scot
    a native-born Scot
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  • In general, immigrants tend to be more conservative than native-born residents, according to the study.
  • Indeed, her German is by now more fluent than that of native-born people.
  • The native-born residents of American Samoa are considered American nationals.
  • Above all, we need competition for places, if possible from native-born Scots.
  • Only about 45, 000 native-born Americans move abroad annually, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's latest estimates, released in early December.
  • Few Chilean Americans have been active in the military, but this will change as more native-born children grow up.
  • However, the 10 states that have allowed undocumented students to qualify for in-state tuition have "not experienced a large influx that 'displaces' native-born students or added financial burdens to their educational systems," says one study. Christian Science Monitor | Top Stories
  • To justify opposing immigration, the blog concludes, you must attach at least 20 times more weight to the well being of a native-born American than to a Mexican.
  • a native-born Scot
  • But to many of us native-born Americans, the ability to speak something besides English remains as exotic as drinking aquavit or kava. In a Word
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