legalized en Inglés

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[legalize (Amer.) ] v. make legal or lawful; legitimize, authorize, sanction (also legalise)
adj. made legal, made lawful; legitimized, authorized (also legalised)

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Recently, Colorado and Washington state have also legalized the possession of small amounts of the drug.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Recently, Colorado and Washington state have legalized the possession of small amounts of cannabis.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Whenever he suggested legalizing the situation and making the necessary arrangements for their marriage, the old tyrant would not let him go on.
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A year ago, the Senate approved a bill, according to which 11 million illegal immigrants already living in the U.S. will, over a period of several years, be able to legalize and get U.S. citizenship.
The news service “Voice of America”
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In 1925 the hiring of labor power and the renting of land were legalized for agriculture.
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In 2002-2004, Khodorkovsky and organized group members legalized a total of 222,779,615,213 Rubles and $2,833,000,000.
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The contract of surety shall be legalized in written form.
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All this means is that personal records are to be legalised through a quasi-judicial European body.
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And those who promote legalising them should take note.
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Article 149 mentions legalising the consumption of drugs, something which violates Romanian criminal law.
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