[lee-guh l-sahyz] /ˈli gəlˌsaɪz/
(of paper) measuring approximately 8½ × 14 inches (22 × 36 cm).
(of office supplies and equipment) made for holding legal-size sheets of paper:
legal-size file folders.
noun 1. currency that may be lawfully tendered in payment of a debt, such as paper money, Federal Reserve notes, or coins. noun 1. currency in specified denominations that a creditor must by law accept in redemption of a debt Any form of money that a government decrees must be accepted in payment of debts.
noun 1. the weight of merchandise itself plus that of its immediate wrapping material but not of the outside shipping container: used especially in some Latin American countries for the purpose of assessing import duties.
[ley-guh-neys; Spanish le-gah-nes] /ˌleɪ gəˈneɪs; Spanish ˌlɛ gɑˈnɛs/ noun 1. a city in central Spain: suburb of Madrid.
[luh-gas-pee; Spanish le-gahs-pee] /ləˈgæs pi; Spanish lɛˈgɑs pi/ noun 1. a seaport on SE Luzon, in the Philippines. /lɛˈɡæspɪ/ noun 1. a port in the Philippines, on SE Luzon on the Gulf of Albay. Pop: 178 000 (2005 est)