legalise


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legalise


Past participle: legalised
Gerund: legalising

Imperative
legalise
legalise
Present
I legalise
you legalise
he/she/it legalises
we legalise
you legalise
they legalise
Preterite
I legalised
you legalised
he/she/it legalised
we legalised
you legalised
they legalised
Present Continuous
I am legalising
you are legalising
he/she/it is legalising
we are legalising
you are legalising
they are legalising
Present Perfect
I have legalised
you have legalised
he/she/it has legalised
we have legalised
you have legalised
they have legalised
Past Continuous
I was legalising
you were legalising
he/she/it was legalising
we were legalising
you were legalising
they were legalising
Past Perfect
I had legalised
you had legalised
he/she/it had legalised
we had legalised
you had legalised
they had legalised
Future
I will legalise
you will legalise
he/she/it will legalise
we will legalise
you will legalise
they will legalise
Future Perfect
I will have legalised
you will have legalised
he/she/it will have legalised
we will have legalised
you will have legalised
they will have legalised
Future Continuous
I will be legalising
you will be legalising
he/she/it will be legalising
we will be legalising
you will be legalising
they will be legalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been legalising
you have been legalising
he/she/it has been legalising
we have been legalising
you have been legalising
they have been legalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been legalising
you will have been legalising
he/she/it will have been legalising
we will have been legalising
you will have been legalising
they will have been legalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been legalising
you had been legalising
he/she/it had been legalising
we had been legalising
you had been legalising
they had been legalising
Conditional
I would legalise
you would legalise
he/she/it would legalise
we would legalise
you would legalise
they would legalise
Past Conditional
I would have legalised
you would have legalised
he/she/it would have legalised
we would have legalised
you would have legalised
they would have legalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.legalise - make legal; "Marijuana should be legalized"
countenance, permit, allow, let - consent to, give permission; "She permitted her son to visit her estranged husband"; "I won't let the police search her basement"; "I cannot allow you to see your exam"
monetise, monetize - give legal value to or establish as the legal tender of a country; "They monetized the lira"
criminalise, illegalise, illegalize, outlaw, criminalize - declare illegal; outlaw; "Marijuana is criminalized in the U.S."
Translations
يَجْعَلُه قانونيّا أو شَرْعِيّاً
lögleiîa

legal

(ˈliːgəl) adjective
1. lawful; allowed by the law. Is it legal to bring gold watches into the country?; a legal contract.
2. concerned with or used in the law. the legal profession.
ˈlegally adverb
leˈgality (-ˈgӕ-) noun
ˈlegalize, ˈlegalise verb
to make legal or lawful.
References in classic literature ?
They cannot be, sir, if they require a new statute to legalise them.
The Drug Control and Addiction Treatment Fund strongly criticised the proposal submitted to the cabinet to legalise the hashish trade in Egypt on Sunday.
In a press release on its formal launch, the alliance says it must remain vigilant "as long as there is a political intent to legalise euthanasia in New Zealand".
com/nov05election/2014/03/09/major-shift-ca-democrats-proposed-platform-plank-calls-for-full-legalization-of-pot/) San Francisco Chronicle the call to legalise, regulate and tax Marijuana in the state will be inserted in the party platform.
Wellington, Oct 28 ( ANI ): Legendary fast bowler Waqar Younis has said that it is impossible to legalise ball tampering and is calling for uniformity in the rules when punishing players in cricket.
They legalise drugs that kill you and make you depend on them.
Just because we have failed to crack down on betting, which is illegal under current laws, we should not legalise it.
HUNDREDS of thousands of people converged on the Eiffel Tower yesterday to protest against the French president's plan to legalise gay marriage and thus allow same-sex couples to adopt and conceive children.