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inheritances, plural;
  1. A thing that is inherited
    • - he came into a comfortable inheritance
  2. The action of inheriting
    • - the inheritance of traits

  1. hereditary succession to a title or an office or property
  2. that which is inherited; a title or property or estate that passes by law to the heir on the death of the owner
  3. (genetics) attributes acquired via biological heredity from the parents
  4. any attribute or immaterial possession that is inherited from ancestors; "my only inheritance was my mother's blessing"; "the world's heritage of knowledge"
  5. (inherit) obtain from someone after their death; "I inherited a castle from my French grandparents"
  6. (inherit) receive from a predecessor; "The new chairman inherited many problems from the previous chair"
  7. Inheritance is the practice of passing on property, titles, debts, and obligations upon the death of an individual. It has long played an important role in human societies. The rules of inheritance differ between societies and have changed over time.
  8. Inheritance is the second album by the Australian thrash metal band Hobbs' Angel of Death.
  9. Heredity is the passing of traits to offspring (from its parent or ancestors). This is the process by which an offspring cell or organism acquires or becomes predisposed to the characteristics of its parent cell or organism. ...
  10. In genetic algorithms, inheritance is the ability of modelled objects to mate, mutate and propagate their problem solving genes to the next generation, in order to produce an evolved solution to a particular problem.
  11. In object-oriented programming (OOP), Inheritance is a way to compartmentalize and reuse code by creating collections of attributes and behaviors called objects which can be based on previously created objects. ...
  12. "Inheritance" is a short story by Arthur C. Clarke, which was first published in 1947. It was subsequently published as part of a short story collection in Expedition to Earth in 1953.
  13. The passing of title to an estate upon death; That which a person is entitled to inherit, by law or testament; The hereditary passing of biological attributes from ancestors to their offspring; In object-oriented programming, the mechanism whereby parts of a superclass are available to ...
  14. (inherit) A thorn that inherits from another implementation can access all the other implementation’s public variables. See Section D2.2.
  15. (Inherit) Acquiring a trait from one's parents. Traits such as eye color or hair color are inherited from a parent through genes.
  16. (Inherit) In genetics, to receive genetic material from parents through biological processes.
  17. (Inherit) To receive something from the estate of someone who has died.
  18. (Inherit) To take or receive property by legal right from a deceased person.
  19. (inherit) To receive from others, as from a will.
  20. (Inherit) to acquire illegally
  21. (Inherit) For an organism to receive something genetic from it’s parents.
  22. (inherit) To gain something when someone dies, such as property or money.
  23. (inherit) To obtain properties from a container object. For example, a document inherits environment attributes from the folder it is in.
  24. (inherit) To possess the attributes of a superclass. Derived widget classes are said to inherit from their superclasses.
  25. (inherit) v.t. 1. to receive or acquire a quality, trait, or characteristic; to gain access to a feature defined elsewhere. 2. (a class) to acquire the structure and behavior defined by a superclass. 3. (a package) to make symbols exported by another package accessible by using use-package.