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litigar

Translation of litigar in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • to be at law o in litigation
    [formal]
    to be in dispute
Example sentences
  • Es una herramienta de gran apoyo para el profesional del derecho, especialmente para los no que litigan en los juzgados.
  • Sarah Weddington, la abogada que litigó el caso Roe vs.
  • Si hay una manifestación en buena hora, sino tenemos que empezar a litigar allá en una corte estadounidense”, subrayó.

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