'lɪːgl adj. +established by or founded upon law or official or accepted rules +of or relating to jurisprudence +having legal efficacy or force +relating to or characteristic of the profession of law +allowed by official rules
I question whether his business is legal. Who is the legal heir?
3 judicial, juridical, judiciary, forensic:
The case is without legal precedent.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective 1[only before noun] connected with the law: the legal profession / system + to take / seek legal advice + a legal adviser + legal costs / expenses + They are currently facing a long legal battle in the US courts. 2 allowed or required by law: The driver was more than three times over the legal limit (= the amount of alcohol you are allowed to have in your body when you are driving). + Should euthanasia be made legal? Antonym: ILLEGAL - LAWFUL legally adverb: a legally binding agreement + to be legally responsible for sb/sth + You are legally entitled to a full refund. + Legally, there is not a lot we can do.
Collocation Dictionary adj
be | become
It is perfectly legal to charge extra for these services.
Random quote: If you want things to be different, perhaps the answer is to become different yourself.: Norman Peale