How to use Built-in in a sentence as an adjective

Because of this, I imagine that they have had built-in support for years for detecting various CPU models and manually enabling VT-x extensions, rather than relying on kernel-specific APIs.

You mean "made of wood," but that's the most you can squeeze out. Please don't try to steal the thunder of actual artisans.> "unique built-in eraser"\n> "unique sensor lets you **** Pencil to erase"Yeah, the crappy Wacom knockoff I bought in 1998 had the same thing.

""The built-in front-facing camera for Skype is angled so that itll work great when the kickstand is open, but again, only for Danny DeVito, or maybe for people who want to show off their chests in Skype.

Over this past weekend I had the idea to build a sort of link shortener but with a payment system built-in.

Most new machines already have a built-in graphics with a GPU that can be utilized as a general-purpose GPU.

Don't try to make things too generic, don't try to make the code too fault tolerant, don't try to implement STM. Second, use the built-in ****!

Built-in definitions

adjective

existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; "the Ptolemaic system with its built-in concept of periodicity"; "a constitutional inability to tell the truth"

See also: constitutional inbuilt inherent integral