English translation of 'léguer'
Verb Table transitive verb
léguer qch à qn (Law) to bequeath sth to sb; (figurative) to hand sth down to sb ⧫ to pass sth on to sb
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Example Sentences Including 'léguer'
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Il a fallu la léguer comme si elle lui appartenait, comme un héritage.Le Monde (2000)
Mais l'agriculture doit, dans le même temps, préserver le patrimoine qu'elle va léguer aux générations futures.Le Monde (1999)
Toujours entre amour-propre et désir de vertu, il semble léguer ses contradictions à ses admirateurs.Le Monde (2000)
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Used Occasionally. léguer is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'léguer' in Other Languages
British English: bequeath VERB
If you bequeath your money or property to someone, you legally state that they should have it when you die.
He bequeathed all his silver to his children.
Translation of léguer from the Collins French to English
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