- receive (money, property, or a title) as an heir at the death of the previous holder；derive (a quality, characteristic, or predisposition) genetically from one's parents or ancestors.
verb: inherit, 3rd person present: inherits, gerund or present participle: inheriting, past tense: inherited, past participle: inherited
- 1. receive (money, property, or a title) as an heir at the death of the previous holder she inherited a fortune from her father 同義詞
- 2. derive (a quality, characteristic, or predisposition) genetically from one's parents or ancestors.
- 3. receive or be left with (a situation, object, etc.) from a predecessor or former owner spending commitments inherited from previous governments 同義詞
- ▪ North American come into possession of (belongings) from someone else she inherits all her clothes from her older sisters
- ▪ archaic come into possession of (something) as a right (especially in biblical translations and allusions) master, what must I do to inherit eternal life?
- receive (money, property, or a title) as an heir at the death of the previous holder: she inherited a fortune from her father
Oxford American Dictionary
...投手換人後, 壘上在原先投手時上壘的人, 跑回本壘, 此時所得的分數叫做"Inherited Runner Score"請參考下列:Inherited Runners...
... , passed 24 speak ~~~ speak, spoke , spoken 25 inherit ~~~ inherit, inherited, inherited 26 say ~~~ say , said , ...
he inherited his gift of narrative fiction from his father, a roaming, improvident storyteller of unlikely tales. 他繼承了敘事小說從他的父親, 漫遊, 不太可能傳說的無遠見講故事者他的禮物。