Tom agreed to marry that man's daughter with the promise that he'd inherit the man's business.
I will inherit his estate.
A farmer has won his appeal to inherit a £2m farm in Somerset where he worked for no money for 30 years.
Fortunately, the baby didn't inherit any heart problems.
I am going to inherit $20000.
Unfortunately for your husband, it seems Daniel inherited twice your ruthlessness.
In 1842 he inherited a small estate near Liverpool. Miranda has inherited her father's red hair.
In the case of language, however, it is only the ability to talk and understand that we inherit genetically; the particular language or languages that we speak are passed on to us not by genetic transmission but by cultural transmission.
All of these abilities are passed on to us by genetic transmission; we receive them by way of the genes that we inherit from our parents.
A son who could not learn to paddle his own canoe does not deserve to inherit his father's fortune.
Remember that we will inherit the results of your decisions.
When my father died, I inherited the family business.
When Lydia’s granddad died, she inherited £50,000.
The government inherited an impossibly difficult situation.
His relatives took it for granted that they would inherit the bulk of his wealth.
English word "heredar"(inherit) occurs in sets:regular verbs