Translation of morale in Spanish:

morale

Pronunciation: /məˈræl; məˈrɑːl/

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • moral (feminine) morale is high/low tienen ( or tenemos etc) la moral alta/baja to boost sb's morale levantarle la moral a algn to dent/break sb's morale minarle/destrozarle* la moral a algn good/bad for morale bueno/malo para la moral

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