legitimar

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From legítim +‎ -ar, or borrowed from Medieval Latin legitimo, legitimare, from Latin lēgitimus.

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legitimar (first-person singular present legitimo, past participle legitimat)

  1. (transitive) to legitimize
    • 2020 May 28, “Nens que juguen sols: les conseqüències de la falta de socialització”, in El Periódico[1]:
      Legitimem les emocions dels nostres fills. Si estan tristos perquè no poden veure els seus amics, que els entenguem, que validem aquesta emoció.
      Let's legitimize our children's emotions. If they're sad because they can't see their friends, let's understand them, let's validate that emotion.

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From legítimo +‎ -ar, or borrowed from Medieval Latin legitimo, legitimare, from Latin lēgitimus.

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legitimar (first-person singular present indicative legitimo, past participle legitimado)

  1. (transitive) to legitimize (make legitimate)

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Etymology[edit]

From legítimo +‎ -ar, or borrowed from Medieval Latin legitimo, legitimare, from Latin lēgitimus.

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  • IPA(key): /lexitiˈmaɾ/, [le.xi.t̪iˈmaɾ]

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legitimar (first-person singular present legitimo, first-person singular preterite legitimé, past participle legitimado)

  1. (transitive) to legitimize

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