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The term 'successor' might imply a neutral or negative connotation depending on context, not just positive. SlideThe new king was seen as a cruel successor to the benevolent ruler.
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Job PositionsPlay
'Successor' is often used to discuss job positions, indicating someone who takes over a role. SlideAfter the manager retired, her successor took over the duties.
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Successor can also refer to concepts, practices, or items that replace previous ones. SlideThe company's new policy is the successor to the outdated set of guidelines.