legitimize

listen to the pronunciation of legitimize
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to make legitimate
{f} make something lawful, authorize, legalize (also legitimise)
The spellings legitimise in British English, and legitimatize in American English are also used. To legitimize something, especially something bad, means to officially allow it, approve it, or make it seem acceptable. They will accept no agreement that legitimizes the ethnic division of the country = sanction
To legitimate
make legal; "Marijuana should be legalized"
legitimatize
To legalize
legitimatize
To make legitimate
legitimatise
{f} make legitimate; make legal; justify (also legitimize)
legitimatised
{s} made legitimate, legalised (also legitimatized)
legitimatize
make legal; "Marijuana should be legalized"
legitimatize
To legitimate
legitimatize
{f} make legitimate; make legal; justify (also legitimatise)
legitimatized
{s} made legitimate, legalized (also legitimatised)
legitimise
make legal; "Marijuana should be legalized"
legitimise
To make legitimate
legitimise
{f} make something lawful, authorize, legalize (also legitimize)
legitimised
past of legitimise
legitimises
third-person singular of legitimise
legitimising
present participle of legitimise
legitimization
The process of legitimizing, of making legitimate and/or legal
legitimization
{i} act of making or declaring something to be lawful, legalization, authorization (also legitimisation)
legitimized
{s} made legitimate, make lawful, make acceptable (also legitimatised)
legitimized
past of legitimize
legitimizes
third-person singular of legitimize
legitimizing
present participle of legitimize
legitimize
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