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inheritance

noun [C usually singular, U] (FROM DEAD PERSON)
继承
 
 
/ɪnˈher.ɪ.tənts/
money or objects that someone gives you when they die
继承的遗产
The large inheritance from his aunt meant that he could buy his own boat.
从姑母那里继承的大笔遗产意味着他可以给自己买艘船了。
At twenty-one she came into her inheritance (= it was given to her).
她21岁时继承了遗产。
Inheriting and bequeathingTrusts and funds
Translations of “inheritance”
in Chinese (Traditional) 繼承, 繼承的遺產…
in Russian наследство…
in Turkish miras, kalıt, veraset…
in Polish spadek…
(Definition of inheritance noun (FROM DEAD PERSON) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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