Meaning of legitimation in English:

legitimation

Pronunciation /lɪdʒɪtɪˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/

Translate legitimation into Spanish

noun

See legitimate

‘The effect was to confer a quite new level of political legitimation on Berlusconi.’
  • ‘On the contrary, even leftist commentators are lamenting its lack of legitimation.’
  • ‘What exactly are the mechanisms and institutions of legitimation?’
  • ‘The absence of UN legitimation of this exercise, as I've said many times in the past, has never been the central issue.’
  • ‘But this isn't the same as popular legitimation.’