Spanish translation of 'legitimately'
- (= lawfully)
- (= justifiably)
⇒ you could legitimately argue that ...
sería justo or estaría justificado argumentar que ...
⇒ he can legitimately claim to speak for all South Africans
tiene sobradas razones para erigirse en portavoz de todos los sudafricanos
⇒ he has demanded, quite legitimately, that ...
ha exigido, con toda la razón, que ...
Example Sentences Including 'legitimately'
Some of the memories in his store had been legitimately obtained and properly produced.Somewhere East of Life
Armstrong could legitimately refuse to see Brand, but he could hardly turn down the local law.The Sound of Murder
The Eastern bloc desperately needed Western goods but had no hard currency to pay for them, even if they were available legitimately.Wall Games
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Translation of legitimately from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary