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legit
American English: /lɪˈdʒɪt/
British English: /lɪˈdʒɪt/

Translation of legit in Spanish:

adjective

  • [colloquial] he's legit
    es de fiar
    es un tío legal (Spain) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • This is done as a money laundering scheme to put illicit dollars back into the legit art market.
    • None of the letters to the legit media had even been publicly discovered or acknowledged.
    • On the other hand, illegitimate pyramid schemes can resemble legit sales operations.
    Example sentences
    • I don't know if you have ever started an online company, but it is incredibly hard these days to collect money online - even if you are totally legit.
    • It seems like Savage is really desperate to return to the big time in pro wrestling, but why would he spend so much money to produce this record if he wasn't legit?
    • The focus there will be on opt-in lists, and whether they're legit.

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