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Translation of "inherit" - English-Spanish dictionary

inherit

verb   /ɪnˈher·ɪt/
to get money or things from someone after they die heredar He inherited the house from his uncle.
inheritance noun /ɪnˈher·ɪ·təns/
money or things that you get from someone after they die herencia
(Definition of inherit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inherit

verb /inˈherit/
to receive (property etc belonging to someone who has died) heredar He inherited the house from his father She inherited forty thousand dollars from her father.
to have (qualities) the same as one’s parents etc heredar She inherits her quick temper from her mother.
inheritance noun
money etc inherited herencia He spent most of his inheritance on drink.
the act of inheriting herencia The property came to him by inheritance.
inherited adjective
heredado inherited characteristics.
(Definition of inherit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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