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begin to behave honestly after a period of illegal activity. informal
Legit was originally a late 19th-century theatrical abbreviation meaning ‘a legitimate actor’, that is, one who acts in ‘legitimate theatre’ (conventional or serious drama).
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legit

(ləˈdʒɪt)
mod. honest; legal. (From legitimate.) If she’s not legit, I won’t work with her.
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