illegitimate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "illegitimate" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

illegitimate / незаконный, незаконнорожденный, внебрачный
[ˌɪl.ɪˈdʒɪt.ə.mət]
[-ˈdʒɪt̬-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
незаконный
illegal, illicit, unlawful, illegitimate, irregular, wrongful
незаконнорожденный
illegitimate, bastard, natural, baseborn, unfathered, bastardly
внебрачный
extramarital, illegitimate, bastard, natural, adulterate, unlawful
глагол
объявлять незаконным
illegitimate
Определения
имя прилагательное
not authorized by the law; not in accordance with accepted standards or rules.
an illegitimate exercise of power by the military
имя существительное
a person who is illegitimate by birth.
A woman responding to a survey about the experience of illegitimates in 1986 said that her mother ‘was put in an orphanage and did not get full knowledge about her parents until she was 55.’
Примеры
In any event, the exclusion of them from the balancing exercise is likewise illegitimate .
Isn't privacy analysis based on substantive due process an example of illegitimate , activist judicial review?
There are no stipulations for issues like illegitimate children, or the now rampant cases of domestic violence.
The main need for adoption arises in connection with orphans and illegitimate children.
It also demonstrates the fragility of the dividing line between the legitimate and illegitimate grant of exclusive rights.
She was the illegitimate child of a slave called Brotessa whose master - a pagan called Dubtach - was Brigid's father.
Outside his marriage, he had four illegitimate children (with one disputed), which may sound on the high side, but that was not unusual.
It's all lifestyle and marriages and illegitimate children and tears before bedtime.
The illegitimate child of this union is the occasion for the legacy.
There was no such thing as an illegitimate child, a mother had simply to ‘name’ the child and if it was a son he could inherit part of its father's property.