heritage

[Noun] Historic buildings or monuments which need to be preserved for the future.
Example: Old churches are an important part of the city’s heritage.
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heritage

[n] - practices that are handed down from the past by tradition
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Heritage

Traditions passed down from generation to generation.
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heritage

noun practices that are handed down from the past by tradition; `a heritage of freedom`
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heritage

noun any attribute or immaterial possession that is inherited from ancestors; `my only inheritance was my mother`s blessing`; `the world`s heritage of knowledge`
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Heritage

(from the article `African American literature`) ...and employing a lyricism informed by the work of John Keats. His lingering ambivalence about racial identification as a man or a poet is movingly ...
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heritage

Type: Term Pronunciation: her′i-tăj Definitions: 1. The total of all the inherited characters.
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Heritage

Something that is passed down from preceding generations; a tradition.
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