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bequeath (something) to (someone)

To posthumously leave something to someone, as in a will. Did Aunt Millie bequeath anything to us in her will? When my grandmother died, she bequeathed this vintage coffee table to me.
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bequeath something to someone

to will something to someone; to leave something to someone. My uncle bequeathed some furniture to me. I will bequeath this watch to my grandson.
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121 on a future sale of a residence, the testator should either bequeath the residence outright to the beneficiary or bequeath it to a trust that provides the beneficiary with any of the powers provided in Sec.
His journalistic and business values are the legacy he bequeaths to the men and women of our Company.