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posterity

noun [U]
 
 
/pɒsˈter.ə.ti/ US  /pɑːˈster.ə.t̬i/ formal
the people who will exist in the future
後裔,子孫,後代
Every attempt is being made to ensure that these works of art are preserved for posterity.
當局正在採取一切措施以確保這些藝術品能流傳後世。
In the future and soon
Translations of “posterity”
in Vietnamese thế hệ về sau…
in Spanish posteridad…
in Thai คนรุ่นหลัง…
in Malaysian generasi akan datang…
in French postérité…
in German die Nachwelt…
in Indonesian keturunan…
in Russian потомки…
in Turkish gelecek kuşaklar, ileriki nesiller…
in Chinese (Simplified) 后裔,子孙,后代…
in Polish potomność…
(Definition of posterity from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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