inheritance

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Englisch - Türkisch
miras

Büyük oğlu mirasını ikiye katlamayı başardı - The oldest son succeeded in doubling his inheritance.

Babam bana büyük bir miras bıraktı. - My father left me a large inheritance.

{i} biyol. kalıtım, soyaçekim
kalıt alma
(Tıp) inheritans
(Biyokimya) kalıtsallık
(Biyoloji) irsiyet
kalıt
(Tıp) Kalıtım yoluyla anne-babadan çocuğa geçen özellikler, kalıt
{i} veraset

Gerçekten veraset vergisinin ne kadar tutacağını merak ediyorum. - I really wonder how much the inheritance tax will amount to.

(Tıp) Kalıtsal özelliklerin anne ve babadan çocuğa geçmesi, soyaçekim, irsiyet, kalıtım
mirasa konma/miras
{i} soyaçekim
(Ticaret) tereke
(Hukuk) intikal
inherit
{f} miras olarak almak

Öğretmenim, sonsuz yaşamı miras olarak almak için ne yapayım? - Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?

inheritance and gift tax
(Ticaret) veraset ve intikal vergisi
inheritance and succession
veraset ve intikal
inheritance and transfer tax
veraset ve intikal vergisi
inheritance tax
veraset vergisi
inheritance tax
intikal vergisi
inheritance list
miras listesi
inheritance contract
(Kanun) miras sözleşmesi
inheritance tax
verasat ve intikal vergisi,veraset vergisi
inherit
{f} kalıtımla kazanmak
inherit
mirasa konmak
come into an inheritance
mirasa konmak
inherit
miras almak
inherit
(Ticaret) miras yoluyla devralmak
multiple inheritance
çoğul kalıtım
by inheritance
miras yoluyla
by inheritance
soyaçekimle
enter on an inheritance
mirasa konmak
inherit
miras al

Altmış yaşındaki teyzem büyük miras aldı. - My sixty-year-old aunt inherited the huge estate.

Tom bir sürü parayı miras aldı. - Tom inherited a lot of money.

inherit
{f} (from) -e (-den) miras kalmak, -e (-den) kalmak, (bir şeyin) mirasçısı/vârisi olmak: She inherited it from her grandfather. Ona dedesinden
inherit
varis ol/al
inherit
kalıtım yoluyla almak
inherit
inheritorvaris
inherit
(Bilgisayar) devral

Genlerimizi ebeveynlerimizden devralırız. - We inherit our genes from our parents.

Onun gayrimenkulünü devralacağım. - I will inherit his estate.

inherit
mirasla almak
inherit
-e miras kalmak; vâris olmak
inherit
(Kanun) mirasla iktisap etmek
inherit
(Ticaret) tevarüs etmek
by inheritance
kalıtım yoluyla
disclaimer of an inheritance
(Kanun) mirasın reddi
enter upon an inheritance
mirasa konmak
inherit
kalıt almak
partition of inheritance
(Kanun) mirasın taksimi
passing by inheritance to
tevarüs
portion of the inheritance
(Kanun) miras paylaşımı
proof of inheritance
(Kanun) verasetin ispatı
science of islamic inheritance
miras ilmi
sealing inheritance
(Kanun) tereke mühürleme
sharing of the inheritance
(Kanun) mirasın bölünmesi
vesting of inheritance
(Kanun) mirası iktisabı
Englisch - Englisch
The hereditary passing of biological attributes from ancestors to their offspring
The passing of title to an estate upon death
In object-oriented programming, the mechanism whereby parts of a superclass are available to instances of its subclass
That which a person is entitled to inherit, by law or testament
A feature of object-oriented programming languages in which a sub type inherits methods and variables from its super type Inheritance is most commonly used as a synonym for class inheritance {class!inheritance}, but interface inheritance is also a feature of some languages, including Java
The mechanism by which attributes (slots or data) and behaviors (methods) are made available to objects Parent inheritance allows views of dissimilar types to share slots containing data or methods Prototype inheritance allows a template to base its definition on that of another template or prototype Source: NPG
A mechanism for reusing code, by which each class inherits the methods (and optionally the data) of its superclass By identifying where different types of objects have common functionality, you can implement the common methods for that functionality in a single class and inherit it in any number of subclasses Each class inherits all the methods of its superclass, so a class ultimately inherits all methods all the way up to the root class (Base) A class object inherits the class methods of its superclass, and an instance object inherits the instance methods of its superclass In this Object COBOL implementation, a class has only one immediate superclass The superclass is named in the inherits clause of the class-id paragraph of the class which implements the class
(genetics) attributes acquired via biological heredity from the parents
The act or state of inheriting; as, the inheritance of an estate; the inheritance of mental or physical qualities
An inheritance is money or property which you receive from someone who has died. She feared losing her inheritance to her stepmother
Relator between classes An OOP paradigm which allows members of one class to be used as if they were members of a second class Supported in C++ by a derivation mechanism: If class B is derived from class A, B is a "kid", "child" or subclass of the "parent", super- or base class A A base class without parents is called the "root" class of the inheritance tree See also encapsulation
used to describe a trait or gene passed from one generation to the next
The process by which a class's slots and methods are determined from an ancestor
As distinguished from a bequest or devise, an inheritance is property acquired through laws of descent and distribution from a person who dies without leaving a will Property so acquired usually takes as its basis, for gain or loss on later disposition or for depreciation, the fair market value at the date of the decedent's death An inheritance of property is not a taxable event, but the income from an inheritance is taxable
The process by which one class shares the definition and implementation provided by another Also the process by which one interface extends another Uses the Java keyword extends See the chapter on Inheritance
In object-oriented programming, the ability to create new classes (or interfaces) that contain all the methods and properties of another class (or interface), plus additional methods and properties If class (or interface) D inherits from class (or interface) B, then D is said to be derived from B B is said to be a base class (or interface) for D Some programming languages allow for multiple inheritance, that is, inheritance from more than one class or interface
a way of relating classes, so one class has access to the other's members
In object-oriented programming, the ability of a superclass to pass its characteristics (methods and instance variables) on to its subclasses, allowing subclasses to reuse these characteristics
{i} estate, property left by deceased person to heirs; attributes or genetic qualities passed from parents to offspring; hierarchical transfer of all definitions and methods of a class to its sub-classes (in object-oriented computer programming)
That which is or may be inherited; that which is derived by an heir from an ancestor or other person; a heritage; a possession which passes by descent
If you get something such as job, problem, or attitude from someone who used to have it, you can refer to this as an inheritance. the situation that was Truman's inheritance as President
that which is inherited; a title or property or estate that passes by law to the heir on the death of the owner
In an object-oriented approach, inheritance is the concept that when a class of objects is defined, any subclass that is defined can inherit the definition of one or more general classes In the case where some modification to the definition is needed in the subclass, you can include a new methods and properties in the definition
Your inheritance is the particular characteristics or qualities which your family or ancestors had and which you are born with. Eye colour shows your genetic inheritance. Devolution of property on an heir or heirs upon the death of its owner. In civil law jurisdictions it is called succession. The concept depends on a common acceptance of the notion of private ownership of goods and property. Under some systems, land is considered communal property and rights to it are redistributed, rather than bequeathed, on the death of a community member. In many countries, a minimum portion of the decedent's estate must be assigned to the surviving spouse and often to the progeny as well. Intestacy laws, which govern the inheritance of estates whose distribution is not directed by a will, universally view kinship between the decedent and the beneficiary as a primary consideration. Inheritance usually entails payment of an inheritance tax. See also inheritance tax; intestate succession; probate
The hereditary passing of biological attributes from the parents to its off-spring
The capability by which properties (data and methods) are inherited by a child class from the parent (base) class The inheritance feature of object-oriented programming allows a programmer to "re-use" functions and facilities of other objects, without having to copy the code
A parent-child relationship between two classes A child (subclass) inherits the slots of its parent classes (superclasses)
Transmission and reception by animal or plant generation
A class is said to inherit resources or support functions from its superclasses, since those functions and resources are available to the subclass See superclass, and composite class
Generally, the ability of a newly-created object to automatically have, or inherit, properties of an existing object For example, a newly created child directory can inherit the access­control settings of the parent directory
one received by gift or without purchase; a benefaction
Mechanism whereby a class obtains part of its behavioural and structural description from another class The child class automatically obtains the attributes and methods of the parent, and may add to them See classification
hereditary succession to a title or an office or property
That which a person in entitled to inherit
Possession; ownership; acquisition
(1) An object-oriented programming technique that allows the use of existing classes as bases for creating other classes (2) A mechanism by which a derived class can use the attributes, relationships, and member functions defined in more abstract classes related to it (its base classes) (3) In the EJB Development Environment, there are two forms of inheritance: class inheritance and EJB inheritance In class inheritance, the home interface, remote interface, or enterprise bean class inherits properties and methods from base classes that are not themselves enterprise bean classes or interfaces In EJB inheritance, an enterprise bean can inherit properties (such as container-managed persistence fields and association ends), methods, and method-level control descriptor attributes from another enterprise bean that resides in the same group
The concept of classes automatically containing the variables and methods defined in their superclasses
any attribute or immaterial possession that is inherited from ancestors; "my only inheritance was my mother's blessing"; "the world's heritage of knowledge"
The ability of a subclass to take on the characteristics of the class it's derived from If the characteristics of the parent class change, the subclass on which it is based inherits those characteristics For example, if you add a new property, IsBold, to an editing control, any subclasses based on your control will also have an IsBold property See "Implementation of TObject" in the Articles Section for more information
hereditary succession to a title or an office or property any attribute or immaterial possession that is inherited from ancestors; "my only inheritance was my mother's blessing"; "the world's heritage of knowledge"
In object-oriented programming, specific properties of child objects
The transfer of object features (data attributes and operations) from a "class" that defines the common features of similar objects
(genetics) attributes acquired via biological heredity from the parents that which is inherited; a title or property or estate that passes by law to the heir on the death of the owner
A permanent or valuable possession or blessing, esp
A relationship that defines one entity in terms of another Class inheritance defines a new class in terms of one or more parent classes The new class inherits its interface and implementation from its parents The new class is called a subclass or (in C++) a derived class Class inheritance combines interface inheritance and implementation inheritance Interface inheritance defines a new interface in terms of one or more existing interfaces Implementation inheritance defines a new implementation in terms of one or more existing implementations [Gamma+ 95]
A perpetual or continuing right which a man and his heirs have to an estate; an estate which a man has by descent as heir to another, or which he may transmit to another as his heir; an estate derived from an ancestor to an heir in course of law
Often considered the key to being object-oriented, this is the concept that an object can gain the interface and actual behaviors (implementation) of another object and can then extend that interface or those behaviors I may create a generic Product object that handles things common to all my products From it, I may create a NonTaxableProduct and a TaxableProduct Both would inherit the original Product object's interface and behaviors, but would extend or change some of those behaviors as needed
inheritance powder
Any of several poisons used for murder, but especially arsenic and to a lesser extent, thallium
inheritance tax
A tax based on the value of the property of a deceased person, and charged on the beneficiaries of the estate
inheritance taxes
plural form of inheritance tax
inheritance tax
Tax payable on your estate when you die and possibly on certain gifts during lifetime if in excess of the nil rate band £7,700 (Tax year 2002/2003)
inheritance tax
This is a tax which may be payable on the value of your property in your estate when you die and also on the value of gifts you have made during your lifetime (although there are exemptions and allowances) This tax was formerly known as 'death duties' or 'capital transfer tax' If you want to leave money to charity when you die, a Will is essential - and might save you tax!
inheritance tax
The tax payable on death which is based on the value of the assets belonging to the deceased PROBATE, WILLS & TAX
inheritance tax
A state tax on property that an heir or beneficiary under a will receives from a deceased person's estate The heir or beneficiary pays this tax
inheritance tax
A tax that may be payable on the value of your estate after your death Bequests to charities are normally exempt from Inheritance Tax
inheritance tax
Any death tax that is levied by a non-federal government (e g a state) upon the takers of the property as opposed to the estate as a whole (See Estate Tax)
inheritance tax
A tax on the right of an heir to receive property at the death of another
inheritance tax
A tax on the transfer of property from a deceased person: based on the right to acquire the property rather than the property itself
inheritance tax
State tax based on the value of property received through inheritance (Tax is in the US and in England )
inheritance tax
This tax is payable at the time of death, on any items (money or otherwise) where ownership changes on death or within 7 years before There is no inheritance tax on the first portion of the deceased person's estate and transfers between husband and wife are exempt There are other exemptions and the rules governing these can be complex
inheritance tax
A tax on the transfer of property from a deceased person; based on the right to acquire the property rather than the property itself
inheritance tax
A tax on the inheritance of property of a person who has died
inheritance tax
Tax payable on your estate when you die and possibly on certain gifts during lifetime if in excess of the nil rate band £7,700 this is based on the rate for the tax year 2002/2003
inheritance tax
Any estate tax that is levied by a state or local government upon those who inherit specific property as opposed to an estate in total
inheritance tax
Inheritance Tax (IHT) is, essentially, a tax levied on any transfer of assets to other people or trusts It is most commonly paid in respect of an individual’s estate on death, but it can also apply in respect of certain transfers of assets during life
inheritance tax
tax levied on an inheritance; charge for executing a will
inheritance tax
A tax levied by the county of residence of a person who inherits The rate of taxation depends on the size of the inheritance and the relationship between the person who inherits and the deceased
inheritance tax
A tax on the right to receive property by inheritance; to be distinguished from an estate tax
inheritance tax
A tax levied by states on inherited property and paid by the person receiving the property
inheritance tax
An inheritance tax is a tax which has to be paid on the money and property of someone who has died. A tax imposed on the privilege of receiving property by inheritance or legal succession and assessed on the value of the property received. Also called death tax. a tax that you have to pay when you receive money or property from someone who has died. Levy on the property accruing to each beneficiary of the estate of a deceased person. Inheritance tax may be more difficult to administer than estate tax because the value passing to each beneficiary must be fixed, and this often requires complex actuarial calculations. Inheritance taxes date back to the Roman Empire. In the U.S. inheritance taxes have always been collected by the individual states, while the federal government has imposed an estate tax. The first state inheritance tax was imposed by Pennsylvania in 1826
inheritance tax
Inheritance Tax (IHT) is the tax your estate pays when you die although it can also be charged on certain lifetime gifts
inheritance tax
An assessment payable to a level of government based on the value of assets inherited
inheritance tax
Tax imposed by some states on the amount received by a particular heir or beneficiary Maryland still has an inheritance tax; Virginia and the District of Columbia do not
inheritance tax
A tax payable on your assets when you die No inheritance tax is payable if your total assets, including your home, are worth less than £231,000 This figure changed in the March 2000 Budget to £234,000 If your assets are worth more than £234,000, 40% tax is payable on the excess over £234,000 Some lifetime gifts may be liable to inheritance tax, although gifts you make to another individual are free of inheritance tax if you do not die within seven years of making the gift
inheritance tax
IHT is a tax on chargeable transfers made by an individual during his or her lifetime, and on the value of the death estate IHT is also chargeable in respect of certain events relating to settlements without an 'interest in possession' (e g gifts to discretionary trusts) A 'chargeable transfer' is a 'transfer of value' made by an individual, which is not an exempt transfer IHT is payable by domiciled individuals on chargeable worldwide property, and by non-UK domiciled individuals in respect of chargeable UK property Many gifts are completely IHT exempt, and some lifetime and death transfers are also exempt Most lifetime gifts are 'potentially exempt transfers' which are only subject to IHT if the donor dies within 7 years after making them A cumulative total is kept of chargeable lifetime transfers, and no tax is payable on lifetime gifts or the death estate until a threshold (the 'nil rate band') is exceeded
inheritance tax
a tax, based on property value, imposed in some states on those who acquire property from a decedent Compare estate tax
inheritance tax
a tax on the estate of the deceased person
inheritance tax
Inheritance tax is charged on transfers in your lifetime or on your estate at your death at a rate of 40% if over £231,000 in value
inherit
to come into an inheritance

Lucky old Daniel – his parents were both killed, and he's inherited.

inherit
To derive (existing functionality) from a superclass

ModalWindow inherits all the properties and methods of Window.

inherit
To receive a characteristic from one's ancestors by genetic transmission

Let's hope the baby inherits his mother's looks and his father's intelligence.

inherit
To take possession of as a right (especially in Biblical translations)

Your descendants will inherit the earth.

inherit
To derive a new class from (a superclass)

For example, the following two code segments, from different assemblies, show how easy it is to inherit a class from another assembly.

inherit
To receive (property or a title etc), by legal succession or bequest after the previous owner's death

After Grandad died, I inherited the house.

multiple inheritance
The ability to inherit from more than one superclass in a single subclass
ınheritance
{n} a hereditary possession, a patrimony
as an inheritance
by inheritance, by patrimony, passed down by family
inherit
To receive a characteristic from ones ancestors by genetic transmission
inherit
To receive or take by birth; to have by nature; to derive or acquire from ancestors, as mental or physical qualities; as, he inherits a strong constitution, a tendency to disease, etc
inherit
To receive something, such as property, money, or power from someone after he or she dies
inherit
{f} receive by legal right at a person's death; receive as a legacy; receive by genetic transmission
inherit
To derive from people or conditions previously in force
inherit
To receive (property or a title etc), by legal succession or bequest after the previous owners death
inherit
receive by genetic transmission; "I inherited my good eyesight from my mother"
inherit
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inherit
To put in possession of
inherit
If you inherit something such as a task, problem, or attitude, you get it from the people who used to have it, for example because you have taken over their job or been influenced by them. The government inherited an impossible situation from its predecessors
inherit
To have the data and methods of a parent class apply to a child class Compare override
inherit
To take by descent from an ancestor; to take by inheritance; to take as heir on the death of an ancestor or other person to whose estate one succeeds; to receive as a right or title descendible by law from an ancestor at his decease; as, the heir inherits the land or real estate of his father; the eldest son of a nobleman inherits his father's title; the eldest son of a king inherits the crown
inherit
obtain from someone after their death; "I inherited a castle from my French grandparents"
inherit
to receive a trait from a parent (or ancestor ) You inherit bodily traits such as eye color from your parents Also see heredity
inherit
Obtain data and functions not by declaring them explicitly, but by telling C++ you want the data and functions from another class, in addition to any explicitly declared for a new class See the example with base class, in which derived_class inherits base_class
inherit
If you inherit a characteristic or quality, you are born with it, because your parents or ancestors also had it. We inherit from our parents many of our physical characteristics Her children have inherited her love of sport Stammering is probably an inherited defect
inherit
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inherit
In genetics, to receive genetic material from parents through biological processes
inherit
To take or hold a possession, property, estate, or rights by inheritance
inherit
obtain from someone after their death; "I inherited a castle from my French grandparents" receive by genetic transmission; "I inherited my good eyesight from my mother" receive from a predecessor; "The new chairman inherited many problems from the previous chair
inherit
To come into possession of; to possess; to own; to enjoy as a possession
inherit
In genetics, to receive genetic material from parents through biological processes Source : Human Genome Project Information
inherit
To acquire property by will or succession
inherit
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inherit
If you inherit money or property, you receive it from someone who has died. He has no son to inherit his land. paintings that he inherited from his father. people with inherited wealth
inherit
receive from a predecessor; "The new chairman inherited many problems from the previous chair"
inherit
receive from a predecessor; "The new chairman inherited many problems from the previous chair
inherit
v t 1 to receive or acquire a quality, trait, or characteristic; to gain access to a feature defined elsewhere 2 (a class) to acquire the structure and behavior defined by a superclass 3 (a package) to make symbols exported by another package accessible by using use-package
inheritances
plural of inheritance
received an inheritance
was given an inheritance
theory of inheritance
(biology) a theory of how characteristics of one generation are derived from earlier generations
x-linked dominant inheritance
hereditary pattern in which a dominant gene on the X chromosome causes a characteristic to be manifested in the offspring
x-linked recessive inheritance
hereditary pattern in which a recessive gene on the X chromosome results in the manifestation of characteristics in male offspring and a carrier state in female offspring
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