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demonstrative legacynoun [C]

uk   us   LAW
an ​amount of ​money, ​shares, etc. from a particular ​bankaccount that someone ​leaves in their will (= a ​legaldocument in which they ​state what should be done with their ​money and ​property when they die). If the ​bankaccount no ​longer exists, ​payment is made from the ​dead person's estate (= all their ​money and ​property).
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