intrinsic property

propiedad intrínseca

English-Spanish mathematics dictionary. . 1964.

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  • intrinsic — in|trin|sic [ınˈtrınsık, zık] adj [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: intrinsèque, from Late Latin intrinsecus] being part of the nature or character of someone or something ▪ the intrinsic interest of the subject intrinsic… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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