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ilegítimo

  
      adj  
1    (=no legítimo)   illegitimate
2    (=ilegal)   unlawful
3    (=falso)   false, spurious
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
ilegítimo adj.
1. (no legítimo) illegitimate ; not legitimate 2. (ilegal) unlawful ; illicit ; illegal 3. (falso) false ; spurious

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"ilegítimo": examples and translations in context
Tal sistema es operacionalmente rígido, políticamente cerrado y moralmente ilegítimo. Such a system is operationally rigid, politically closed, and morally illegitimate.
Lo llamarán Congreso ilegítimo y tendrán razón. They'll call it an illegitimate Congress, and they'd be right.
Se juzgó a varios agentes por homicidio ilegítimo. Several officers were brought to trial on charges of unlawful killing.
Su carácter ilegítimo ha sido destacado en sucesivas resoluciones de las Naciones Unidas. Its unlawful character has been underscored in successive United Nations resolutions.
La hizo declarar para demostrar el ingreso ilegítimo. He put her on the stand to establish illegal entry.
Un imperio ilegítimo pagado con ingresos legítimos del diamante. An illegitimate empire paid for with the legitimate proceeds from the diamond.
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