Translation of rightful in Spanish:


legítimo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈrʌɪtfʊl//ˈraɪtfəl//ˈrʌɪtf(ə)l/


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    (heir/successor/owner) legítimo
    (share/reward) justo
    • It will also allow us to return any property that is stolen to its rightful owners.
    • There is no question that he has found his rightful place in the pack.
    • Did Bobkov say that he wished this to take its rightful place in the history books?
    • Halifax Bank is trying to reunited £15m of its shares with their rightful Scottish owners.
    • The television has at last gained its rightful and proper place as household god, oracle and shrine.
    • Mr Cash is currently working on uncovering the missing pieces of Anne's life in the hope that it will lead him to the rightful heir of the fortune.
    • On St. Patrick's Day, in Croke Park, the club had its rightful place in the sun.
    • Whether she finally acknowledged James VI of Scotland as her rightful successor will never be known for certain.
    • He takes his rightful place among the elite, and the world in which the best and brightest are rewarded is saved again.
    • It is my firm view that the rightful owners of the Lissadell Estate have not been compensated for their losses.
    • That great party used to fume and fizz if in a single freak election it was denied its rightful place as the natural party of government.
    • She even insisted that Mary was the rightful heir to the throne of England.
    • He was the rightful heir, as the only child of the Barlow family.
    • Property belongs to the rightful owner, to lawfully use as he or she sees fit.
    • Who are the rightful heirs of Babylon or the Ottoman Empire?
    • In Mrs Laverty's case it shouldn't have been too difficult to establish that the rightful owner was using the parking bay.
    • It would also restore France to what it sees as its rightful place as leader of Europe.
    • It makes me happy to think that soon my generation can help Romania get to their rightful place among the best teams of the world.
    • You see, we don't want to change the world - we just want our rightful place in it.
    • He was traced ten years later and restored to his rightful position in the lineage.
    • The hoard of silver was found inside the box and Mr Manning established that he was the rightful heir to the property.
    • He then thought he would do the responsible thing by trying to return the property to its rightful owner.
    • Johannesburg is about to take its rightful place as one of South Africa's premier tourism destinations.
    • Encouraged by some of his friends, he tried to declare himself the rightful heir.
    • We shall also have the Christ child taking his rightful place in the Christmas season.
    • After seven lean years in the lower divisions, the Jags are back in their rightful position in the premier.
    • Detectives from Scotland Yard's art and antiques squad are hoping to return the possessions to their rightful owners.
    • We urge residents to let us know if they suspect anyone of not being the rightful occupier of a property.
    • But now we can take our rightful place at the head of, and slightly left of, society.
    • The latter have no wish to return that land to its rightful owners.
    • In essence, Sligo would claim its rightful place as capital of the North West.
    • Franklin sat his steaming cup of coffee down and took his rightful place behind his large mahogany desk.
    • Paul believed that ‘fate had decided’ he should find the ring and he set about trying to find its rightful owner.
    • Land that's occupied must be returned to its rightful owners, he says.
    • There's a mountain of work to be done if they are to get back their rightful place in senior ranks.
    • But the local education authority has instructed a solicitor to establish who the rightful owner is.
    • Taken together, this restores patients to their rightful place as the experts in their own health and genuine partners in care.
    • She stressed that women should take their rightful place in the commanding heights of the country's economy.
    • Before then, Johnson has the small matter of restoring Leicester to what he believes is his club's rightful place.
    • It was a match to remember, a player with a touch of genius restoring a dampened Wimbledon to its rightful place as the epitome of tennis.