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bequeath

  • 1 bequeath

    bi'kwi:ð
    verb
    (to leave (personal belongings) by will: She bequeathed her art collection to the town.) legar, ceder
    bequeath
    tr[bɪ'kwiːð]
    transitive verb
    1 legar
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to bequeath something to somebody legar algo a alguien
    bequeath [bɪ'kwi:ɵ, -'kwi:ð] vt
    : legar, dejar en testamento
    bequeath
    v.
    legar v.
    bɪ'kwiːð, -'kwiːθ
    transitive verb

    to bequeath something to somebody, to bequeath somebody something — legarle* algo a alguien

    [bɪ'kwiːð]
    VT legar
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    [bɪ'kwiːð, -'kwiːθ]
    transitive verb

    to bequeath something to somebody, to bequeath somebody something — legarle* algo a alguien

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 2 bequeath

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    [English Word] bequeath
    [Swahili Word] -achia
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] applicative
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -acha
    [English Example] bequeath property to someone
    [Swahili Example] achia mtu mali
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    [English Word] bequeath
    [Swahili Word] -halifu
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] halafu
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    [English Word] bequeath something
    [Swahili Word] -rithisha
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [English Example] His/her greatgrandfather bequeathed him the throne
    [Swahili Example] Babu mkuu alimrithisha ufalme wake
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    [English Word] bequeath something to someone
    [Swahili Word] wosia
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Swahili Example] alimwosia mali yake
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    [English Word] bequeath something to someone
    [Swahili Word] -usia
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Swahili Example] alimwusia mali yake
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    English-Swahili dictionary

  • 3 bequeath

    [bɪˈkwi:ð]
    bequeath завещать (движимость) bequeath завещать bequeath передавать потомству bequeath (уст.) поверять bequeath in settlement завещать по акту распоряжения имуществом give and bequeath завещать движимость

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 4 bequeath

    transitive verb
    1)

    bequeath something to somebody — jemandem etwas vermachen

    2) (fig.) überliefern [Legende, Zeugnisse]; vererben [Tradition]
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    [bi'kwi:ð]
    verb
    (to leave (personal belongings) by will: She bequeathed her art collection to the town.) vererben
    - academic.ru/6533/bequest">bequest
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    be·queath
    [bɪˈkwi:ð]
    vt
    to \bequeath sth to sb jdm etw hinterlassen a. fig
    to \bequeath a fortune to sb jdm ein Vermögen hinterlassen [o vermachen]
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    [bɪ'kwiːð]
    vt
    1) (in will) vermachen, hinterlassen (to sb jdm)
    2) (fig) tradition hinterlassen, vererben (to sb jdm)
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    bequeath [bıˈkwiːð; -θ] v/t
    1. JUR jemandem etwas hinterlassen, (testamentarisch) vermachen
    2. fig überliefern, vererben
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    transitive verb
    1)

    bequeath something to somebody — jemandem etwas vermachen

    2) (fig.) überliefern [Legende, Zeugnisse]; vererben [Tradition]
    * * *
    v.
    vermachen v.

    English-german dictionary

  • 5 bequeath

    be·queath [bɪʼkwi:ð] vt
    to \bequeath sth to sb jdm etw hinterlassen (a. fig)
    to \bequeath a fortune to sb jdm ein Vermögen hinterlassen [o vermachen]

    English-German students dictionary

  • 6 bequeath

    [bɪ'kwiːð]
    гл.
    1) завещать (движимость, деньги)

    to bequeath to smb. — завещать кому-л.

    This ring was bequeathed to me by my grandmother. — Это кольцо завещала мне моя бабушка.

    I bequeath to my children the rest of my property, to be divided equally. — Оставшуюся часть моего имущества я завещаю своим детям, они должны поделить его поровну.

    2) объявлять; говорить, заявлять; обозначать (в языке)
    3) оплакивать, скорбеть
    Syn:

    Англо-русский современный словарь

  • 7 bequeath

    завещать глагол:
    завещать (bequeath, will, leave, settle, devise, give)
    передавать потомству (bequeath, hand down)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 8 bequeath

    bɪˈkwi:ð завещать (особ. движимое имущество;
    тж. перен) (устаревшее) поверять
    bequeath завещать (движимость) ~ завещать ~ передавать потомству ~ (уст.) поверять
    ~ in settlement завещать по акту распоряжения имуществом
    give and ~ завещать движимость

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 9 bequeath

    bequeath [bɪˊkwi:ð] v
    1) завеща́ть (движимость)
    2) передава́ть пото́мству

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 10 bequeath

    bequeath v zuwenden, vermachen, vererben, hinterlassen

    English-german law dictionary

  • 11 bequeath

    заповідати (особл. рухомість)

    English-Ukrainian law dictionary

  • 12 bequeath

    {bi'kwhθ}
    1. юр. завещавам (и. иот. пари)
    2. предавам/оставям/завещавам на потомство (идеи, пример и пр.)
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    {bi'kwhd} v 1. юр. завещавам (и.иот. пари); 2. предавам/оста
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    завещавам;
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    1. предавам/оставям/завещавам на потомство (идеи, пример и пр.) 2. юр. завещавам (и. иот. пари)
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    bequeath[bi´kwi:u, bi´kwi:ð] v 1. юрид. завещавам (пари); 2. предавам, оставям на потомството (име, пример); 3. поверявам, предавам.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 13 bequeath

    v. nalaten; doen overerven
    bequeath
    [ bikwie:ð, bikwie:θ] 〈formeel〉
    legateren 〈ook figuurlijk〉vermaken, nalaten

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 14 bequeath

    bequeath [bɪˈkwi:ð]
    transitive verb
    léguer (to à)
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    [bɪ'kwiːð]
    transitive verb Law, fig léguer (to à)

    English-French dictionary

  • 15 bequeath

    bequeath v LAW vermachen (legacy)

    Englisch-Deutsch Fachwörterbuch der Wirtschaft

  • 16 bequeath

    bequeath а завещать

    Персональный Сократ

  • 17 bequeath

    bequeath vtr Jur léguer (to à) ; fig léguer, transmettre [custom, legislation, concept etc] (to à).

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 18 bequeath

    bequeath [{{t}}bɪ'kwi:ð]
    transitive verb
    (pass on) transmettre, léguer; {{}}Law{{}} (in will) léguer;
    her father bequeathed her his fortune son père lui a légué sa fortune;
    they've bequeathed nothing to us but a ruined economy ils ne nous ont légué qu'une économie en ruine

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  • 19 bequeath

    [bı|ʹkwi:ð,-{bı}ʹkwi:θ] v
    1) завещать (особ. движимое имущество; тж. перен.)
    2) уст. поверять

    НБАРС

  • 20 bequeath

    гл.
    1) юр. завещать (официально передавать имущество кому-л. в завещании)

    He bequeathed his property to his sister. — Он завещал свое имущество сестре.

    See:
    2) общ. завещать, передавать потомству (в переносном смысле)

    They bequeathed their knowledge to us. — Они завещали нам свои знания.


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    завещать: завещание личных движимых активов по специально оформленному завещанию; см. devise;

    Англо-русский экономический словарь

См. также в других словарях:

  • Bequeath — Be*queath (b[ e]*kw[=e][th] ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bequeathed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bequeathing}.] [OE. biquethen, AS. becwe[eth]an to say, affirm, bequeath; pref. be + cwe[eth]an to say, speak. See {Quoth}.] 1. To give or leave by will; to give by …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bequeath — be·queath /bi kwēth, kwēt̲h̲/ vt [Old English becwethan to speak to, address, leave by will, from be to, about + cwethan to say]: to give by will used esp. of personal property but sometimes of real property; see also legacy, legatee compare de …   Law dictionary

  • bequeath — be‧queath [bɪˈkwiːD, bɪˈkwiːθ] verb [transitive] LAW to officially arrange for someone to have money or property that you own after your death, by writing it in your will: bequeath something to somebody • Sharp left the museum nothing, instead… …   Financial and business terms

  • bequeath — (v.) O.E. becweðan to say, speak to, exhort, blame, also leave by will; from BE (Cf. be ) + cweðan to say, from P.Gmc. *kwithan, from PIE *gwet to say, speak. Original sense of say, utter died out 13c., leaving legal sense of transfer by will.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • bequeath — *will, devise, leave, legate Analogous words: *give, present, bestow: *distribute, dispense …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • bequeath — [v] give in a will bestow, commit, devise, endow, entrust, grant, hand down, hand on, impart, leave, leave to, legate, pass on, transmit, will; concepts 108,317 Ant. take …   New thesaurus

  • bequeath — ► VERB 1) leave (property) to someone by a will. 2) hand down or pass on. ORIGIN Old English, related to QUOTH(Cf. ↑quoth) …   English terms dictionary

  • bequeath — [bē kwēth′, bēkwēth′; bikwēth′, bikwēth′] vt. bequeathed, bequeathing [ME bequethen < OE becwethan, to declare, give by will < be , BE + cwethan, to say: see QUOTH] 1. to leave (property) to another by last will and testament 2. to hand… …   English World dictionary

  • bequeath — UK [bɪˈkwiːð] / US [bɪˈkwɪð] / US [bɪˈkwɪθ] verb [transitive] Word forms bequeath : present tense I/you/we/they bequeath he/she/it bequeaths present participle bequeathing past tense bequeathed past participle bequeathed formal to give someone… …   English dictionary

  • bequeath — [[t]bɪkwi͟ːð[/t]] bequeaths, bequeathing, bequeathed 1) VERB If you bequeath your money or property to someone, you legally state that they should have it when you die. [FORMAL] [V n n] Fields s will bequeathed his wife Hattie and son Claude the… …   English dictionary

  • bequeath — be|queath [bıˈkwi:ð, bıˈkwi:θ] v [T] [: Old English; Origin: becwethan, from cwethan to say ] 1.) to officially arrange for someone to have something that you own after your death = ↑leave bequeath sth to sb ▪ She bequeathed her collection of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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