natural ability

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Noun1.natural ability - ability that is inherited
aptitude - inherent ability
endowment, natural endowment, talent, gift - natural abilities or qualities
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On Micky Quinn's column about Remy Cabella] IKEY, Chronicle Live CRAIG SAYS: Quinn doesn't say that Cabella is better than Coutinho, he says he has more natural ability.
Hannah is the youngest player to qualify for the Nationals and with her natural ability can undoubtedly look forward to an exciting career in the world of bowls.
The cash injection gives Northumberland's Natural Ability five years of funding to enable them to develop ambitious plans.
It's a complex driven by cardiolipin, which re-energizes the skin and boosts its natural ability to repair.
BRAIN nerve cells have a natural ability to protect themselves from damage during the onset of a stroke, possibly paving the way for new treatments to help victims, scientists have found.
Whittle wowed the judges with his natural ability and impressive lifts but failed to win over the public.
The Manchester United manager believes the two stars' work ethic allied to their natural ability sets them apart from the rest - including Liverpool's
Blessed with natural ability and vision, Burgess's skills are wide-ranging and he frequently switches to the back row.
THERE have been few footballers in the modern game that can be used as a byword for loyalty, professionalism and natural ability.
Yes, I think he has a lot more natural ability than today's match bet opponent Sunley Shines, but jumping brings horses together over fences, and Brendan Powell's seven-year-old impressed, apart from a bad mistake at the final fence, in that department at Uttoxeter last time.
He's one of those kids that didn't have all the natural ability in the world who made himself a better player by working hard,'' said Larry Bruyere, the Ice Station's director of hockey operations.