legalistic

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(1843)[1] Dérivé de legalist avec le suffixe -ic[1].

Adjectif Modifier

Nature Forme
Positif legalistic
\ˌliː.ɡᵊl.ˈɪs.tɪk\
Comparatif more legalistic
\ˌmɔɹ ˌliː.ɡᵊl.ˈɪs.tɪk\ ou \ˌmɔː ˌliː.ɡᵊl.ˈɪs.tɪk\
Superlatif most legalistic
\ˌmoʊst ˌliː.ɡᵊl.ˈɪs.tɪk\ ou \ˌməʊst ˌliː.ɡᵊl.ˈɪs.tɪk\

legalistic \ˌliː.ɡᵊl.ˈɪs.tɪk\[2][3]

  1. Légaliste.
    • I find that, since Vietnam, U.S. military officers have resorted to legalistic reasoning to preserve both legitimacy and effectiveness when those interests may conflict. We might expect to see the same approach here if the Navy opts to employ legalistic interpretations of the rules. — (Doyle Hodges, Trump said the Navy can’t take away Eddie Gallagher’s SEAL qualification. That could be a problem., The Washington Post, 22 novembre 2019 → lire en ligne)
      La traduction en français de l’exemple manque. (Ajouter)

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  1. a et b (en) Douglas HarperOnline Etymology Dictionary, 2001–2020 → consulter cet ouvrage
  2. The Cambridge dictionaries
  3. The Oxford Dictionaries, Oxford University Press → consulter cet ouvrage