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illegitimate

adjective /iliˈdʒitəmət/
born of parents not married to each other
ilegítimo
He had an illegitimate son.
unacceptable or not allowed (especially by law)
ilegítimo
His claim to the land was judged to be illegitimate.
illegitimately adverb
ilegítimamente, de manera ilegítima
He illegitimately claimed to be heir to the throne.
illegitimacy noun
ilegitimidad
the illegitimacy of his claim to the throne.
(Definition of illegitimate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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