Translation of integrity in Spanish:

integrity

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtegrəti/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (honesty) integridad (feminine)
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    • Those who doubted, and they were few, spoke of a man of integrity with a strong commitment to republicanism.
    • I knew him for years, travelled his country with him, and he was a man of strong character and integrity.
    • The nobility, integrity, and visionary qualities of the man are reflected in his music.
    1.2 (wholeness) integridad (feminine)
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    • We want an Iraq that preserves its territorial integrity, its unity and its sovereignty.
    • Yeltsin had made repeated overtures to the Chechens to preserve Russia's territorial integrity.
    • His objective of subverting the unity and territorial integrity of India remains unchanged.

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