- adj. 没有遗嘱的；[法] 未按遗嘱处理的
- n. 无遗嘱的死亡者
- intestate: see testament
- intestate (adj.)
- late 14c., from Old French intestat (13c.) and directly from Latin intestatus "having made no will," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + testatus, past participle of testari "make a will, bear witness" (see testament). As a noun, "one who has not made out a will," from 1650s.
- 1. I know he did not leave any valid WILL because He died intestate.
- 2. The administrator will need to refer to legislation covering administration of intestate estates.
- 3. The thesis analyses the tendency in correlative aspects of testamental succession and intestate succession.
- 4. When someone dies intestate, the property automatically go to the survive partner unless there are children.
- 当某人无遗嘱死亡, 财产自动归幸存的伴侣,除非他还有孩子.
[ intestate 造句 ]