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inherit

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪnˈherɪt/
FROM DEAD PERSON to receive possessions or money from someone who has died
miras olarak almak
In 1842 he inherited a small estate near Liverpool.Inheriting and bequeathing
QUALITY to have the same physical or mental characteristics as one of your parents or grandparents
kalıtım yoluyla geçmek, aileden gelmek
Miranda has inherited her father's red hair.GeneticsInnate and congenitalInnate and congenitalGenetics
PROBLEM If you inherit a problem, situation, or belief, it is passed on to you by someone who had it before.
başkasından geçmek/devralmak
The mayor will inherit a city hopelessly in debt.Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
Translations of “inherit”
in Korean 물려받다…
in Arabic يَرِث…
in French hériter (de), tenir (qqch. de qqn)…
in Italian ereditare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繼承…
in Russian наследовать, получать в наследство, унаследовать (свойство…
in Polish dziedziczyć, odziedziczyć…
in Spanish heredar…
in Portuguese herdar…
in German erben…
in Catalan heretar…
in Japanese ~を相続する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 继承…
(Definition of inherit from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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