合法的, 正当的, 婚生的
认为正当, 立为嫡嗣, 使合法
adj.of marriages and offspring
adj.in accordance with recognized or accepted standards or principles
○ legitimate advertising practices
adj.based on known statements or events or conditions
○ rain was a logical expectation, given the time of year
v.make (an illegitimate child) legitimate
○ declare the legitimacy of (someone)
○ They legitimized their natural child
v.show or affirm to be just and legitimate
A rational society should draw a line between legitimate profit-making and exploitative profiteering.
The legitimate (lawful) rights and interests are protected by law.
Earlier this week, Malaysian Foreign Minister Abdullah said cambodia's ASEan membership hinged on the establishment of a legitimate government
We should fully respect their lifestyle and their wish to BE masters of our country and protect all their legitimate rights and interests
The Confucian ideal of loyalty can contort into a perverse concept of harmony that deprives people of voicing legitimate dissent.
How DID it happen that such a man had not been brought before a provost's court, on the return of the legitimate princes?
Licensor guarantees that it is the legitimate owner or holder of Know-how and in the lawful position to Grant the license to Licensee.
An important stakeholder in this case is the government, which HAS a legitimate interest in preventing aggressive, immoral advertising.
It is strengthening protection of intellectual property rights and safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of foreign invested enterprises.
(III) The parties intended to conceal an illegal purpose under the guise of a legitimate transaction