Translation of legalize in Spanish:

legalize

Pronunciation: /ˈliːgəlaɪz/

vt

  • 1.1 [political party] legalizar*; [prostitution/poligamy] despenalizar* to legalize a drug despenalizar* el uso de una droga
    More example sentences
    • For less than a year it was legalised by statute in the Northern Territory of Australia.
    • It's time to fix the bankruptcy law that has legalized the corporate robbery of workers.
    • Two years later, the government introduced another measure legalizing civil marriage.
    1.2 [document] legalizar*

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