Adjective "Legacy" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Legacy


    Definition:

    1. Law. a gift of property, especially personal property, as money, by will; a bequest.

    2. anything handed down from the past, as from an ancestor or predecessor: the legacy of ancient Rome.

    3. an applicant to or student at a school that was attended by his or her parent.

    4. Obsolete. the office, function, or commission of a legate. adjective

    5. of or relating to old or outdated computer hardware, software, or data that, while still functional, does not work we

    Examples:

    "systems can be legacy."

    "lefts can be legacy."

    "applications can be legacy."

    "stills can be legacy."

    "divisions can be legacy."

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