bequeath Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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bequeath

verb [T]
 
 
/bɪˈkwiːð/ LAW
to arrange for your money or property to be given to someone after your death: bequeath sb sth Her father bequeathed her the family fortune in his will.bequeath sth to sb Picasso bequeathed most of his paintings and sculptures to Spain and France.
Translations of “bequeath”
in Arabic أوصى بـِ…
in Korean 물려주다…
in Malaysian mewasiatkan…
in French léguer…
in Turkish vasiyet etmek, vasiyetle bırakmak, miras bırakmak…
in Italian lasciare in eredità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…遺贈給…
in Russian завещать…
in Polish zapisywać (w testamencie), zostawiać w spadku…
in Vietnamese để lại…
in Spanish legar, ceder…
in Portuguese legar…
in Thai ยกมรดกให้…
in German vererben…
in Catalan llegar…
in Japanese ~を遺言で残す, 遺贈する…
in Indonesian menghibahkan, mewariskan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把…遗赠给…
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