Translation of heritage in Spanish:

heritage

Pronunciation: /ˈherətɪdʒ; ˈherɪtɪdʒ/

n

(no plural/sin plural)
  • 1.1 (of nation, group) patrimonio (masculine) our national/cultural heritage nuestro patrimonio nacional/cultural (before noun/delante del nombre) heritage centre (British English/inglés británico) centro (masculine) para el estudio y la conservación del patrimonio cultural local
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    • History is necessary to instil patriotism and pride in the younger generation about the cultural heritage, values systems and religions, she says.
    • The ruins evoke the nation's Indian past and legitimizes both Peru's historical heritage and cultural tradition.
    • In addition, this model helps non-Asian readers to understand and value the cultural heritage of others.
    1.2 (of individual) herencia (feminine)
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    • For the pluralistic West, universal access to heritage is an individual right.
    • Brothers, sisters and their children will pay a tax of 0.7 per cent of a heritage portion of over 250,000 leva worth.

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