bequeath

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} miras bırakmak
miras bırak

O, oğluna bir miras bıraktı. - He bequeathed his son a fortune.

miras olarak bırakmak
miras olarak bırak
miras bırak,miras olarak bırak
{f} vasiyetle bırakmak
bırakmak
bequeathing
miras bırakma
bequeathing
(isim) miras bırakma
to bequeath
miras bırakmak
to bequeath
vasiyet etmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To give; to offer; to commit
To hand down; to transmit
To give or leave by will; to give by testament; especially of personal property
to give by will
To give personal property to a person in a will Noun -- bequest
to dispose of personal property through a Will
To give personal property to a person in a will
To give personal or real property by will and testament
A gift of personal property by will
term appearing in a will meaning to leave or give property as specified therein to another person or organization
To give a gift to someone through a will
A transfer of personal property by will (Source: Written for AllRegs)
To transfer personal property to named heirs through a will
To give or leave by will; to give by testament; said especially of personal property
To give or hand down by a will; to leave by a will
To give personal property in a Will
To leave an item of personal property to a certain person in a will (see "Devise," which refers to gifts of land in this context)
To leave an item of personal property to a certain person in a will (see "Devise", which refers to gifts of land in this context)
To give or leave personal property by a will
To give or hand down personal property by will; to leave by will
to specify by will the recipient of personal property Compare devise
The giving of personal property by will
If you bequeath your money or property to someone, you legally state that they should have it when you die. He bequeathed all his silver to his children. = leave
To give personal property by will
To give personal property by will; to be distinguished from devise
- To transfer personal property through a will
To transfer personal property through a will
The act of giving property by will
{f} endow, leave property to someone in a will; pass on, transfer to another
leave or give by will after one's death; "My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"; "My grandfather left me his entire estate
If you bequeath an idea or system, you leave it for other people to use or develop. He bequeaths his successor an economy that is doing quite well It is true that colonialism did not bequeath much to Africa
leave or give by will after one's death; "My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"; "My grandfather left me his entire estate"
To transfer personal property through a will or last testament Compare with devise
To leave property to somebody in a will •Death
To give or leave by will; to give by testament; -- said especially of personal property
bequeathed
past of bequeath
bequeather
{i} person who endows, person who leaves property to someone in a will (Law); one who ransfers to another
bequeathing
present participle of bequeath
bequeathing
{i} will, last testament listing the disposition of a person's property
bequeaths
third-person singular of bequeath
bequeath
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