Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Inheritance"

The meaning of "Inheritance" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does They enjoy the inheritance of their ancestors. mean?
A: Something you get from previous family members when they die
Q: What does inheritance mean?
A: we can simply say inheritance means Heritage ,....
Q: What does he is cheated of his inheritance mean?
A: He did not get what he deserved. He was cheated out of what he deserved, which was his inheritance.

Example sentences using "Inheritance"

Q: Please show me example sentences with inheritance and inherit.
A: oh thank you so much for your help!
Q: Please show me example sentences with inheritance.
A: He died leaving sizable inheritances to his children.

The buildings are part of the city's architectural inheritance.

She started her own business with the inheritance she got from her grandfather.

Synonyms of "Inheritance" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to waive his inheritance from his father and to renounce his inheritance from his father ?
A: They are very similar. "To renounce his inheritance from his father" sounds natural to me. I would change the first example to "to waive his rights to his inheritance from his father". It's common to use 'waive' with legal rights or fees ('the bank waived the processing fee'). When talking about legal rights, I think it is more common to say 'waive the rights to ..."
Q: What is the difference between inheritance and heirloom and heritage ?
A: Inheritance - money gained from deceased family member
heirloom - item passed down generations in a family
heritage - family traditions
Q: What is the difference between inheritance and heirloom and heritage ?
A: An "inheritance" is money, land, or posessions you get from a relative after they pass away. While we're alive, we write in a will what we want to be given to who after we die. For example, my parents have me and my siblings in their will, I think we'll inherent their land.

An "heirloom" is an object that is passed down to each generation, for example, my mother has these pearl earrings that she wore on her wedding day, and when I get married she'll give them to me, then if I have a daughter, I'll give them to her for her wedding and so on.

"Heritage" means something like "history", or "culture"😁
Q: What is the difference between inheritance and legacy ?
A: Both mean something that is left to someone else, normally after the giver has died.

A legacy can be a person or thing. "I am my parents legacy." means I am what my parents left after their death to live on.

An inheritance is always a thing. "I inherited money."

Translations of "Inheritance"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? inheritance
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? inheritance
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Other questions about "Inheritance"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce she squandered her inheritance.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce inheritance
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Q: After his inheritance of father's estate,he was immersed in all kinds of sensuous pleasures. Does this sound natural?
A: After he inherited his father's estate, he was immersed in all kinds of sensuous pleasures.
Q: After receiving a large inheritance from a rich aunt, I was able to live it up for years Does this sound natural?
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Q: If you have been given your inheritance, does it mean you have been disinherited? Does this make sense?
A: @DalePalicpic To be given your inheritance means you have received money (or other things) left to you by someone else. To disinherit someone is to change your will so that person isn't left anything.

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