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Translation of "legal" - English-Spanish dictionary

legal

adjective   /ˈliː·ɡəl/
relating to the law jurídico, legal legal advice
allowed by law legal Is it legal to carry a gun? →  Opposite illegal
legally adverb /ˈliː·ɡəl·i/
por ley, conforme a la ley Children under 16 are not legally allowed to buy cigarettes.
(Definition of legal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

legal

adjective /ˈliːɡəl/
lawful; allowed by the law legal Is it legal to bring gold into the country? a legal contract.
concerned with or used in the law legal, jurídico the legal profession.
legally adverb
legalmente She is legally entitled to work in the United States.
legality /-ˈɡӕ-/ noun
legalidad
legalize verb ( (also legaliseBritish))
to make legal or lawful legalizar Do you think marijuana should be legalized?
(Definition of legal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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