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What does "legit" means in spanish?

"It's a very, very legit and dangerous fight for both sides,"

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updated AGO 26, 2008
posted by Daniela

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I agree with samdie that the English sounds strange, not grammatically, but logically. It's hard to imagine a fight that would be called both legitimate and dangerous. My guess, though, is that the writer means that the fight is very real and dangerous.

More context might help us give a better answer.

updated AGO 26, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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"Legit" (colloquial abbreviation) for "legitimate" (or "lawful") so I guess "legítimo(a)".
Actually, the English sentence is rather strange.

updated AGO 26, 2008
posted by samdie