- conforming to the law or to rules；able to be defended with logic or justification
- make legitimate; justify or make lawful
verb: legitimate, 3rd person present: legitimates, gerund or present participle: legitimating, past tense: legitimated, past participle: legitimated
- 1. conforming to the law or to rules his claims to legitimate authority 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ able to be defended with logic or justification a legitimate excuse for being late 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of a child) born of parents lawfully married to each other. 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of a sovereign) having a title based on strict hereditary right the last legitimate Anglo-Saxon king 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ constituting or relating to serious drama as distinct from musical comedy, revue, etc. the legitimate theater
- 1. make legitimate; justify or make lawful the regime was not legitimated by popular support
- conforming to the law or to rules: his claims to legitimate authority
- make lawful or justify: the regime was not legitimated by popular support
he truly believed he had a legitimate claim to the throne 他深信他依法可以取得王位(他真的相信依法王位是他的) (或繼承王位 -- 看上下文) claim 擁有權 throne 王位 (國王 座椅/權位/職務)
legitimate:合法 valuable:有價值 means:方法 shaping:形成 public policy:國家政策 Is people power a legitimate and valuable means of shaping public policy? 人民力量是形成國家政策合法且有價值的方法嗎?
請問這句英文要怎麼翻成中文 The power and authority of the ego to reject individuals in legitimate defense of the group.?