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descendantnoun [C]

uk   us   /dɪˈsen.dənt/
C2 a ​person who is ​related to you and who ​lives after you, such as ​yourchild or grandchild: He has no descendants. They ​claim to be descendants of a ​Frenchduke. We ​owe it to ​our descendants (= ​peopleyounger than us who will ​live after we have ​died) to ​leave them a ​cleanworld to ​live in.
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descendantnoun [C]

 us   /dɪˈsen·dənt/
a ​personrelated to someone from an ​earliergeneration (= all the ​people of about the same ​age within a ​particularfamily): The Pennsylvania Dutch are descendants of early ​Germanimmigrants.
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Traducciones de “descendant”
en árabe سَليل ( يَنْحَدِر مِن سلالة فُلان)…
en coreano 후손…
en portugués descendente…
en catalán descendent…
en japonés 子孫…
en chino (simplificado) 子孙,后代…
en turco soyundan gelen kimse…
en ruso потомок…
en chino (tradicionál) 子孫,後代…
en italiano discendente…
en polaco potomek…
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