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Synonyms for bequeath
bɪˈkwið, -ˈkwiθbe·queath

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. bequeath

    give, grant, leave by will, devise, will, bestow, impart, demise, leave \n

    withhold, alienate \n

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bequeath, will, leaveverb

    leave or give by will after one's death

    "My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"; "My grandfather left me his entire estate"

    lead, go forth, leave alone, exit, leave behind, go away, give, will, provide, get out, result, pull up stakes, go out, entrust, pass on, depart, forget, leave, allow, impart, allow for

    disown, disinherit

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. bequeathverb

    leave, demise, devise, will, give by will

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. bequeathverb

    devise, will

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  • завещавамBulgarian
  • vermachen, vererben, hinterlassen, testamentarisch hinterlassenGerman
  • legar, dar, ceder, otorgar, confiar, conferir, dejar, heredar, transmitir, pasarSpanish
  • testamentata, luovuttaaFinnish
  • passer, donner, léguer, offrir, transmettreFrench
  • वसीयत में देनाHindi
  • կտակելArmenian
  • arfleiðaIcelandic
  • legare, donare, offrire, trasmettere, lasciare in eredità, tramandareItalian
  • 遺すJapanese
  • 남기다Korean
  • wira, whakahekeMāori
  • overdragen, nalaten, aanbieden, legateren, doorgevenDutch
  • transmitir, legarPortuguese
  • завещатьRussian
  • testamentera, lämna i arv, efterlämnaSwedish
  • mirasla bırakmak, vasiyetle bırakmak, vasiyet etmekTurkish

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