Traducción de heiress en Español:


heredera, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɛrɪs//ɛːˈrɛs//ˈɛːrəs/


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    heredera femenino
    • I'm one of the richest heiresses in all of Europe.
    • In medieval England, a rape law existed, but according to Anna Clark, it was primarily formulated to deal with abduction and the illicit marriage of heiresses.
    • What if all these old heiresses of the script die one day?
    • Kerry, whose family glory lies in an illustrious and historic past, has worked energetically to secure his place in the upper reaches of American society, and twice married heiresses.
    • Most spectacular in this period, however, were the marriages of European nobles to the heiresses of American millionaires.
    • They decide to target a rich heiress who is turning 21 and stands to inherit fifty million dollars.
    • Indeed the law obliged heiresses on their father's death to marry his closest available relative, even if it meant divorcing their current spouse, to keep property intact.
    • No one likes to hear about heiresses unless they're in danger.
    • And so began a saga exploding with murder, robbery… and the kidnapping of a media heiress.
    • Prosecutors said after investigating the eccentric heiress there was not enough evidence to convict her of petty theft.
    • A woman without brothers could inherit a life-interest in her family's land but unless she married a close cousin - as many such heiresses did - she could not pass the estate on to her children.
    • In the Anglo-Saxon legal tradition women were unambiguously bearers of such rights, whether as heiresses - in the absence of male heirs - or by right of marriage or as the beneficiaries of gifts.
    • Of course, it is not obligatory for young heirs and heiresses to make headlines for all the wrong reasons.
    • He not only had offices at his disposal, he also had heirs, heiresses, and widows.
    • The plot is about a pair of cosmetic company heiresses who lose their family fortune.
    • By marrying successively two second cousins, who were themselves heiresses of the same grocery business, he consolidated his fortune to the benefit of his collection, since both marriages were childless.
    • This rule of thumb, creatively applied (you won't be encountering many actual imperial heiresses or prostitutes), could be used to address virtually every circumstance you're likely to encounter this week.
    • To do her justice, the hotel heiress does a competent job of the task required of her.
    • In 1906, Hyde went into exile in Paris, where he married and divorced a succession of American heiresses, returning to New York only in 1941.
    • It is the same too, in London; there are plenty of penniless men who marry wealthy heiresses instead of seeking out their own living.