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dis·in·her·it

 (dĭs′ĭn-hĕr′ĭt)
tr.v. dis·in·her·it·ed, dis·in·her·it·ing, dis·in·her·its
1. To exclude from inheritance or the right to inherit.
2. To deprive of a natural or established right or privilege.

dis′in·her′i·tance n.

disinherit

(ˌdɪsɪnˈhɛrɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Law) law to deprive (an heir or next of kin) of inheritance or right to inherit
2. (Law) to deprive of a right or heritage
ˌdisinˈheritance n

dis•in•her•it

(ˌdɪs ɪnˈhɛr ɪt)

v.t.
1. to exclude (an heir) from inheritance.
2. to deprive of a heritage, country, right, privilege, etc.
[1525–35]
dis`in•her′i•tance, n.

disinherit


Past participle: disinherited
Gerund: disinheriting

Imperative
disinherit
disinherit
Present
I disinherit
you disinherit
he/she/it disinherits
we disinherit
you disinherit
they disinherit
Preterite
I disinherited
you disinherited
he/she/it disinherited
we disinherited
you disinherited
they disinherited
Present Continuous
I am disinheriting
you are disinheriting
he/she/it is disinheriting
we are disinheriting
you are disinheriting
they are disinheriting
Present Perfect
I have disinherited
you have disinherited
he/she/it has disinherited
we have disinherited
you have disinherited
they have disinherited
Past Continuous
I was disinheriting
you were disinheriting
he/she/it was disinheriting
we were disinheriting
you were disinheriting
they were disinheriting
Past Perfect
I had disinherited
you had disinherited
he/she/it had disinherited
we had disinherited
you had disinherited
they had disinherited
Future
I will disinherit
you will disinherit
he/she/it will disinherit
we will disinherit
you will disinherit
they will disinherit
Future Perfect
I will have disinherited
you will have disinherited
he/she/it will have disinherited
we will have disinherited
you will have disinherited
they will have disinherited
Future Continuous
I will be disinheriting
you will be disinheriting
he/she/it will be disinheriting
we will be disinheriting
you will be disinheriting
they will be disinheriting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disinheriting
you have been disinheriting
he/she/it has been disinheriting
we have been disinheriting
you have been disinheriting
they have been disinheriting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disinheriting
you will have been disinheriting
he/she/it will have been disinheriting
we will have been disinheriting
you will have been disinheriting
they will have been disinheriting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disinheriting
you had been disinheriting
he/she/it had been disinheriting
we had been disinheriting
you had been disinheriting
they had been disinheriting
Conditional
I would disinherit
you would disinherit
he/she/it would disinherit
we would disinherit
you would disinherit
they would disinherit
Past Conditional
I would have disinherited
you would have disinherited
he/she/it would have disinherited
we would have disinherited
you would have disinherited
they would have disinherited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disinherit - prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting
deprive - keep from having, keeping, or obtaining
bequeath, will, leave - leave or give by will after one's death; "My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"; "My grandfather left me his entire estate"

disinherit

verb (Law) cut off, dispossess, disown, cut off without a penny He threatened to disinherit her if she did not end the relationship.
Translations
vydědit

disinherit

[ˈdɪsɪnˈherɪt] VTdesheredar

disinherit

[ˌdɪsɪnˈhɛrɪt] vt [+ person, family] → déshériter

disinherit

vtenterben

disinherit

[ˈdɪsɪnˈhɛrɪt] vtdiseredare
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