There are 3 main translations of moral in English:

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moral 1

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • Les corresponde asumir la dirección moral e intelectual de la sociedad.
  • Los que carecen de fortalezas morales y éticas fácilmente caen en el delito.
  • Pero su reclamación es un paso hacia políticas financieras más morales.

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There are 3 main translations of moral in English:

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moral 2

sustantivo masculino

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  • Uno de ellos es la cuestión del rock frente a la moral católica.
  • No se puede estar de acuerdo con esta visión relativista, contraria a la moral católica.
  • Sin embargo, esta institución rechazó el pedido aduciendo que atentaba contra la moral y las buenas costumbres.

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moral 3

sustantivo femenino

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