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inherit
ɪn'hɛrɪt
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Obtain from someone after their death.
  2. Receive by genetic transmission.
  3. Inherit.
Hyphenationin•her•it
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (及物的动) transitive verb
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继承jìchéngto inherit; to succeed to (the throne etc); to carry on (a tradition etc)
承袭chéngxíto inherit; to follow; to adopt
succession (to a title); to inherit; continuing (a tradition); posterity
嗣位sìwèito succeed to a title; to inherit
承继chéngjìadoption (e.g. of a nephew as a son); to inherit
继述jìshù(literary) to carry on; to inherit; to succeed
to attack; to inherit; measure word for suits (esp. of funeral robes)
zuǎnto carry on; to succeed (of a familial line); to inherit
yìndescendant; heir; offspring; posterity; to inherit
(standard, ancient form of U+7E7C ) to continue; to carry on, to follow; to inherit; to succeed to
(ancient form of ) to put on; to wear, repeated; double; to inherit; to attack or take by surprise, to accord with; to unite
to continue; to follow after; to go on with; to succeed; to inherit; then; afterwards
承受chéngshòuto bear; to support; to inherit
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