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When do I use ley vs. derecho?

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Thank you

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updated FEB 13, 2010
posted by mmzppz

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{derecho}has many meanings, [noun] law, right, legitimacy, jurisdiction, entitlement, canoness, title, redress, rectum [adjective] right, upright, direct, straight, onside, erect, standing [adverb] right, bolt upright, directly, straight, direct {ley} is more so law.

updated FEB 13, 2010
posted by 0063492c
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Here's the meaning of ley and derecho, you can basically find the difference.

updated FEB 12, 2010
posted by hanran
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