- n.接替的人或事物; 继承人，继任者
- 复数: successors;
When will they name a successor?
He was named as the probable successor.
Today he delivered up charge of his office to his successor.
The previous head of the county is handing over the office to his successor.
Its a story about family feud, entrepreneurship, and successor conflicts of a Chinese family.
He is a immediate successor to the president of the company.
Rumour is already rife here as to Dr. Trefoil's successor.
She was slated to be his successor.
He was informed to give the charge of the office over to his successor.
I needed to train a successor for my position.
A nice kettle of fish left by the lovely Texas cowboy for his successor.
I have no successor.
When Moore checked out, Pearson was appointed his successor.
The retiring warden delivered over the keys of the prison to his successor.
Abdication is precluded by the lack of a possible successor.
The chairman has designated her as his successor.
He gave over charge of his office to his successor today.
Who's the likely successor to him as party leader?
When the chairman of Campbell's retired, McGovern was named as his successor.
He was generous enough to congratulate his successor on his decision.
There was an interim before her successor actually came because she had to work out her notice.
It is my intention to remain in my position until a successor is elected.
He had bowed out gracefully when his successor had been appointed.
The President's designated successor is his son.
He bequeaths his successor an economy that is doing quite well.
Austrian voters went to the polls this weekend to elect a successor to the President.
Mr. Olsen has always avoided anointing any successor.
Government sources are now openly speculating about a possible successor for Dr Lawrence.
The technologically compromised space shuttle program has just come to an end, with no successor.
1. a person who follows next in order;
"he was President Lincoln's successor"
2. a thing or person that immediately replaces something or someone
3. a person who inherits some title or office