built-in
Adjective

built-in (not comparable)

  1. Constructed as a non-detachable part of a larger structure.
  2. Being an essential and permanent part of something.
  3. Being an included feature that normally comes as an extra.
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built-in (plural built-ins)

  1. Anything (such as a piece of furniture, or a software feature) that is built in, not added as an extra.



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