代々の, 代代の, 世伝の, 伝来の, 先天的な, 遺伝性な, 先天性な
Adjective(1) occurring among members of a family usually by heredity(2) inherited or inheritable by established rules (usually legal rules
(1) Kifaya's oft-chanted slogan, ├ö├ç├┐no to extension no to hereditary succession├ö├ç├û, is more relevant than ever, said spokesman Abdel-Halim Qandil.(2) At low radiation doses, the principal concern is the risk of radiation-induced cancer in exposed individuals and hereditary disease in their descendants.(3) Although all of these diseases have hereditary factors, most can be prevented with relatively simple steps: healthy eating, being physically active, and not smoking.(4) It deals with, among many other things, the conflict between hereditary and elective principles and the constitutional problems of a second chamber.(5) Buffalo City mayor Sindisile Maclean told Swedes in Linkoping, Sweden this week how South Africa was battling to incorporate hereditary leaders into the new democratic order.(6) From the perspective of later developments, the Enlightened Despotism of the eighteenth century seems like a last-ditch attempt to match the personal rule of hereditary princes to the needs of the modern state.(7) It belongs to the hereditary Queen of the Faeries Anna Marpessa, but I expect you have met her already.(8) Rather, it needs to be able to plurify - that is, to increase, relative to other individuals, the representation of its hereditary contribution to the next generation.(9) The hereditary king of Hawaii is calling for 100% pure-blood Hawaiians of noble descent to come forward and form a new government.(10) Six members are hereditary peers: the Duke of Buccleuch, the Earl of Wemyss, the Earl of Elgin, the Earl of Airlie, the Viscount of Arbuthnott, and the Earl of Crawford.(11) According to Mendel, the hereditary elements were like particles, and took two forms - dominant and recessive.(12) The identification of specific genes associated with hereditary cancer risk has enabled direct diagnosis of hereditary cancer syndromes through genetic analysis.(13) Christina believes that her condition may be hereditary as she shares them with her female relatives.(14) This same sort of hereditary cultural succession became fantastically popular among early modern writers.(15) These were members of the royal family whose dynasties became hereditary while their traditional districts were clearly defined by boundaries and Bemba names.(16) Christy, the blacksmith and rightful heir, has no sense of the estate as his own, and can barely understand the revelation that he is the hereditary lord.
(1) hereditary disease :: 遺伝病
2. genetic ::
3. transmissible ::
Different Formshereditary, nonhereditary
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