In English, it can be translated with the word of the same legal spelling when it comes to legality, and nice or cool, for the complementary adjective. The legal can also take the meaning of adverb, which signals a pleasant or pleasant mode. To say that something is cool is to say it well. The expression “ok” has the same idea and corresponds to a confirmation, as in “ok, I`ll meet you at home”. It is difficult to determine the origin of an expression of popular and widespread use that is not rooted in any particular fact. The word legal as slang was already used in Brazil in the 1980s and today has this colloquial meaning of use dicionarizado. It has, of course, traces in common with the meaning of the original adjective, that is, “in the law”, in a broad sense, it refers to something positive. When it enters into expressions, it can have some meaning when performing an act of speech: “`tá legal” is used as a sign of agreement, of acquiescence: “Are you coming to dinner with us? – “Okay” = “Yes, I`m leaving”; or in positive and free return: “This exhibition is legal, it`s very cool”, “He`s a nice person”; or as a denial of positivity in a negative sentence “I`m not cool” = “I`m not well physically or mentally”. Always at the origin of the colloquial use of the adjective, it seems to be an example of the attribution of new meanings to already existing words, that is, those which, in this case, still have closer older links with the original meaning. For the formation of new words and new meanings in the language, see the chapter with this title in: ILARI, R., Introduction to the Study of the Lexicon, São Paulo: Context, 2002. According to the law, it can be legally used as follows: “It was very nice to have met my friends yesterday.” The coolest thing is that, aside from a few comments saying that someone or something is cool, it`s permission, it is equivalent to saying that it is nice, good or pleasant without using any formality. For example: 4. [Brazil, informal] [Brazil, informal] that designates positive traits (e.g., cool glasses; cool movie; cool girl, legal proposition).
[Portuguese Portuguese equivalents: cool, spin.] = WELL, BACANA, MANEIRO I would like to know where the term “legal” comes from in Portuguese Brazil. Do you mean something according to the law or do you just want to say something positive, according to expectations? Thank you for your attention. on January 16 in London to discuss possible legal action. Something that is in the laws of the regents. Legality. ? Are your real identity and official name forever linked to the commercial sexual exploitation you experienced as a minor? To register, the participant must be Brazilian or foreign with the status of legal resident in Brazil and have a higher education degree recognized by the Ministry. adjective referring to the laws of the courts; Established, defined, legally authorized or originating: legal tender. [Informal] Beautiful, friendly, interesting, funny; It positively qualifies different things or people: the show was cool. [Informal] This is no problem: the work is legal, adverb In a good, pleasant and pleasant way: the work remains legal. Etymology (origin of the word legal). From the Latin legalis.e; Lex.legis. who frequently use child labour, do not respect environmental standards and destroy legal jobs.
“The measures taken were legal and provided for in the contract. Cool, I was 17 at the time, and I didn`t even think about going to university. The adjective legal originates from the Latin word legalis, which designates the law (from the Latin lex). It corresponds to what has been regulated and established by the legislator and is part of the set of rules. who proceeded to the removal of the body, then transported to the National Institute of Forensic Medicine and . Plainclothes police were called and took the passenger`s body to the Forensic Medical Institute (MLI). 3. [Brazil, informal] [Brazil, informal] That`s fine.
= LEGAL LAW stands for: legitimate, lawful, permitted, established, sanctioned 2 pleasura, committed, zealous, prudent, good, probo, honored, devoted, importunate, beautiful, festive, decent, correct, right, demanding, funny, honest, dignified, gracious, friend, different, joyful, handsome, kind, friendly, fair, curious, considerate, attractive, exquisite, interesting, polite, kind, kind, friendly. The head of the Department of Forensic Medicine of the Ministry of the Interior of the Civil Police of Minas Gerais, Marcela Sena Brava, briefed the experts. 5. [Brazil, informal] [Brazil, informal] It is used to express satisfaction or approval. (Portuguese equivalent: cool.) 1. With respect to the law. 2. In order, right, no problems.
3. Something or someone positive. The bodies were sent to the Institute of Forensic Medicine in Valencia. They are sent to the Forensic Institute of Passos (MG 3), in order, very good, correct, regularized, positive, no problems, good. 1 legal, regular, sanctioned, legitimate, legal, secure, defined, regulated, established, according to per, authorized, authorized. Legal is that which is positive in the formal sense of the law or in colloquial usage. 1.A beautiful thing that is considered good to do or to be with can be something or someone. In the 1980s, it took on a new meaning in Brazil and was used as a colloquial term of praise. The term became popular and eventually entered dictionaries. 1- Funny, interesting. 2- That it is in accordance with the law.
4 jewels, exceptional, excellent, exceptional, very good, impressive, perfect, big, remarkable, special.