- v.继承( inherit的现在分词 ); 经遗传获得（品质、身体特征等）接替（责任等），继任;
The two brothers split on inheriting the legacy of their parents.
Nothing can clear Mr. Collins from the guilt of inheriting Longbourn.
Poor Byron. What terrible fuckin'luck. Imagine inheriting thirty five thousand dollars.
“可怜的拜伦, 多糟糕的幸运呀! 只能想着继承三万五千美元. ”
Inheriting to tradition is necessary, is also inevitable.
He counted on inheriting the fortune.
My brother is inheriting the house.
That is the Iraq that Obama is inheriting.
And bring forward a new method basic on inheriting the reasonable element of these viewpoints.
This privileged, one - child generation has high disposable income through work or inheriting all their parents'assets.
The estate was so encumbered with debts that it was not worth inheriting.
The thread could be implemented by runnable interface or by inheriting from the Thread class.
The best way of inheriting tradition is to develop the new from the old.
Based on inheriting national folk traditional crafts, it develops its originally possessed items with creativeness.
His critical summarizing and inheriting Shongming idealist philosophy has pushed forward Chinese new Confucian school.
Professional quality education in medical university has important meaning in inheriting and developing Traditional Chinese Medicine.
1. having the legal right to inherit