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bequeath

verb   /bɪˈkwiːð/ formal
to formally arrange to give someone something after you die legar He bequeathed his art collection to the city.
(Definition of bequeath from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bequeath

verb /biˈkwiːð/
to leave (personal belongings) by will legar, ceder She bequeathed her art collection to the town.
bequest /biˈkwest/ noun
something bequeathed in a will legado I received a bequest in my uncle’s will.
(Definition of bequeath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bequeath”
in Korean 물려주다…
in Arabic أوصى بـِ…
in Malaysian mewasiatkan…
in French léguer…
in Russian завещать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…遺贈給…
in Italian lasciare in eredità…
in Turkish vasiyet etmek, vasiyetle bırakmak, miras bırakmak…
in Polish zapisywać (w testamencie), zostawiać w spadku…
in Vietnamese để lại…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 把…遗赠给…
in Indonesian menghibahkan, mewariskan…
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