- n.遗赠; 遗产，遗赠物;
- 复数: bequests;
He left a bequest to each of his grandchildren.
The church here was left a bequest to hire doctors who would work amongst the poor.
The picture was acquired by bequest in 1921.
In his will he made a substantial bequest to his wife.
The library has received a generous bequest from a local businessman.
He received a bequest under his grandmother's will.
He left it to him on such terms as destroyed half the value of the bequest.
He left bequest of money to all his servants.
Our headquarters was deeded to us many years ago as part of a bequest.
To receive by bequest or as a legacy.
THE following chapters are, in a sense, the execution of a bequest.
——英汉非文学 - 家庭、私有制和国家的起源
After paying various bequest the residue of his estate is split between his children.
Mucha's bequest to his country was received with unkindly cold shoulders.
Unexpectedly a little while the bequest of uncle came, in one night, became millionaire.
不料一会儿叔父的遗产来了, 一夜之中, 成了百万富翁.
After pay various bequest the residue of his estate is split between his children.
Russia becomes independent above all and become the main successor of Russia bequest.
Our only two lasting bequest to our children. One is roots ; the other is wings.
Another answer comes from an obscure branch of economics known as strategic bequest theory.
Become a Benefactor, a member of the Rotary Foundation Bequest Society, or make a major gift.
请成为一位永久基金捐献人 、 成为扶轮基金遗赠协会的会员 、 或捐赠一个巨额捐献.
The bequest would be found in his will , and would be paid over.
——英汉文学 - 三万元遗产收起实用场景例句
1. (law) a gift of personal property by will