moral


moral
adj.
moral.
tienen el apoyo moral de todos nosotros they have our moral support
f.
1 morals, morality.
moral estricta strict morals
2 morale.
su victoria nos dio mucha moral her win lifted our spirits o improved our morale
estar bajo de moral to be in poor spirits
levantarle o subirle la moral a alguien to lift somebody's spirits, to cheer somebody up
3 mulberry tree, mulberry.
4 blackberry bush.
m.
mulberry tree.
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moral
adjetivo
1 moral
nombre femenino
1 (reglas) morals plural
2 (ánimo) morale, spirits plural
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FRASEOLOGÍA
levantar la moral a alguien to boost somebody's morale, raise somebody's spirits
estar bajo,-a de moral to be in low spirits
estar con la moral por los suelos to be down in the dumps
tener más moral que el Alcoyano to be a born optimist
obligación moral moral duty
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moral
nombre masculino
1 BOTÁNICA mulberry tree
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1. noun f.
1) morale
2) morality
2. adj.
moral
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I
SM (Bot) mulberry tree
II
1. ADJ
1) (=ético) moral

toda persona necesita una formación moral — everyone needs a moral education

tenemos la obligación moral de ayudarle — we are morally obliged to help him, we have a moral obligation to help him

2) (=espiritual) moral

demostró una gran fortaleza moral — he showed great moral strength

le daremos todo el apoyo moral que necesite — we will give her all the moral support she needs

ideas que quedan dentro del plano moral — ideas which fall within the sphere of morality

2. SF
1) (=ética, moralidad) morality, morals pl

la moral cristiana — Christian morality, Christian morals

una película de dudosa moral — a film of dubious morality o morals

no existe una moral absoluta — there isn't an absolute morality

doble moral — double standards pl

faltar a la moral — to behave immorally

2) (=estado de ánimo) morale

intentó subirle la moral al equipo — he tried to boost the team's morale

la victoria nos dio mucha moral — the victory boosted our morale

tener baja la moral, estar bajo de moral — to feel a bit low

ando muy bajo de moral últimamente — I've been feeling a bit low lately

levantar la moral a algn — to raise sb's spirits o morale

la moral de las tropas estaba por los suelos — the morale of the troops was at rock bottom

la moral se me cayó por los suelos cuando la vi con otro hombre — my heart sank when I saw her with another man

3) (=valor) moral courage

yo no habría tenido moral para hablarles así — I wouldn't have had the moral courage to speak to them like that

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I
adjetivo moral

apoyo moral — moral support

II
masculino mulberry (tree)
III
femenino
1) (Fil, Relig)
a) (doctrina) moral doctrine

la moral cristiana — the Christian doctrine

b) (moralidad) morality, morals (pl)

faltar a la moral — to commit an immoral act

2)
a) (estado de ánimo) morale

levantarle la moral a alguien — to raise somebody's morale, lift somebody's spirits

tener mucha moral — to be very optimistic

estar bajo de moral — to be feeling low

quedaron con la moral por los suelos — their morale hit rock bottom

b) (arrojo, determinación) will

con una moral de acero — with iron-willed determination

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= moral, moral knowledge, morale, morality, sense of morality.
Ex. Clear examples of such support were the abandoned forms SOCIAL AND MORAL CONDITIONS under Negroes and HISTORY AND CONDITION under women.
Ex. P H Hirst defines eight such primary divisions of knowledge: mathematics, physical science, human science, history, moral knowledge, art, religion, philosophy.
Ex. When they changed jobs, morale in public services fell immediately.
Ex. A number of course leaders in the IT field regarded their lack of treatment of what might be termed morality of information provision as a drawback in their programmes.
Ex. This article points to a warped sense of morality in which there is no such concept as 'theft' in some people's lexicon.
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* adoptar la postura moral correcta = take + the high ground.
* apoyo moral = moral support.
* asesor moral = guidance counsellor, ethicist.
* autoridad moral, la = moral high ground, the.
* bajar la moral = lower + morale.
* carácter moral = moral character.
* comportamiento moral = moral behaviour.
* conducta moral = moral conduct.
* corrupción moral = moral corruption.
* deber moral = moral duty.
* decadencia moral = moral decay.
* degeneración moral = moral decay.
* depravación moral = moral depravity.
* doble moral = double standard.
* hundirse la moral = morale + plummet.
* iniquidad moral = moral turpitude.
* integridad moral = moral character.
* inyección de moral = shot in the arm.
* juicio moral = moral judgement.
* lavantar la moral = lift + Posesivo + spirits up.
* mayoría moral, la = moral majority, the.
* obligación moral = moral obligation.
* palabras para levantar la moral = pep talk.
* por razones morales = on moral grounds.
* principio moral = moral principle.
* subir la moral = boost + Posesivo + morale, lift + morale, increase + morale, improve + morale, boost + Posesivo + confidence, bolster + confidence.
* valor moral = moral value.
* victoria moral = moral victory.
* virtud moral = moral virtue.
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I
adjetivo moral

apoyo moral — moral support

II
masculino mulberry (tree)
III
femenino
1) (Fil, Relig)
a) (doctrina) moral doctrine

la moral cristiana — the Christian doctrine

b) (moralidad) morality, morals (pl)

faltar a la moral — to commit an immoral act

2)
a) (estado de ánimo) morale

levantarle la moral a alguien — to raise somebody's morale, lift somebody's spirits

tener mucha moral — to be very optimistic

estar bajo de moral — to be feeling low

quedaron con la moral por los suelos — their morale hit rock bottom

b) (arrojo, determinación) will

con una moral de acero — with iron-willed determination

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= moral, moral knowledge, morale, morality, sense of morality.

Ex: Clear examples of such support were the abandoned forms SOCIAL AND MORAL CONDITIONS under Negroes and HISTORY AND CONDITION under women.

Ex: P H Hirst defines eight such primary divisions of knowledge: mathematics, physical science, human science, history, moral knowledge, art, religion, philosophy.
Ex: When they changed jobs, morale in public services fell immediately.
Ex: A number of course leaders in the IT field regarded their lack of treatment of what might be termed morality of information provision as a drawback in their programmes.
Ex: This article points to a warped sense of morality in which there is no such concept as 'theft' in some people's lexicon.
* adoptar la postura moral correcta = take + the high ground.
* apoyo moral = moral support.
* asesor moral = guidance counsellor, ethicist.
* autoridad moral, la = moral high ground, the.
* bajar la moral = lower + morale.
* carácter moral = moral character.
* comportamiento moral = moral behaviour.
* conducta moral = moral conduct.
* corrupción moral = moral corruption.
* deber moral = moral duty.
* decadencia moral = moral decay.
* degeneración moral = moral decay.
* depravación moral = moral depravity.
* doble moral = double standard.
* hundirse la moral = morale + plummet.
* iniquidad moral = moral turpitude.
* integridad moral = moral character.
* inyección de moral = shot in the arm.
* juicio moral = moral judgement.
* lavantar la moral = lift + Posesivo + spirits up.
* mayoría moral, la = moral majority, the.
* obligación moral = moral obligation.
* palabras para levantar la moral = pep talk.
* por razones morales = on moral grounds.
* principio moral = moral principle.
* subir la moral = boost + Posesivo + morale, lift + morale, increase + morale, improve + morale, boost + Posesivo + confidence, bolster + confidence.
* valor moral = moral value.
* victoria moral = moral victory.
* virtud moral = moral virtue.

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moral1
adjective
A (ético) moral
valores morales moral values
tienes el deber/la obligación moral de denunciarlo you have a moral duty/obligation to report him
la formación moral del individuo the moral education of the individual
B (espiritual, psicológico) moral
demostró tener gran fortaleza moral she showed that she possessed great moral strength o fiber
no podemos brindarte más que apoyo moral we can only offer you moral support
moral2
masculine
mulberry tree, mulberry
moral3
feminine
A (Fil, Relig)
1 (doctrina) moral doctrine
la moral cristiana the Christian doctrine
2 (moralidad, ética) morality, morals (pl)
faltar a la moral to commit an immoral act
un lugar de dudosa moral a place of dubious morality
B
1 (estado de ánimo) morale
levantarle la moral a algn to raise sb's morale, lift sb's spirits
estar bajo de moral to be feeling low
han quedado con la moral por los suelos their morale has sunk to an all-time low o has hit rock bottom
no pierdas la moral don't let things get you down
tener más moral que el Alcoyano (fam); to be very optimistic, to always look on the bright side
2 (arrojo, determinación) will
con una moral de acero with iron-willed determination
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moral adjetivo
moral
■ sustantivo femenino
1 (Fil, Relig)
a) (doctrina) moral doctrine

b) (moralidad) morality, morals (pl)

2 (estado de ánimo) morale;
levantarle la moral a algn to raise sb's morale, lift sb's spirits;

estar bajo de moral to be feeling low;
tener la moral alta to be in good spirits
■ sustantivo masculino
mulberry (tree)
moral
I adjetivo moral: hay unos principios morales que debemos observar, there are moral principles we should follow
II sustantivo femenino
1 (ética) morals pl: la moral de la época no era muy edificante, the morals of the time were not very uplifting
2 (ánimo) morale, spirits pl: tengo la moral por los suelos, my spirits are very low
'moral' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
apreciarse
- bajeza
- conciencia
- corrupción
- daño
- decente
- deuda
- ética
- grandeza
- incapaz
- lesión
- minar
- moraleja
- orden
- relajación
- relajarse
- repugnancia
- respaldo
- sangrar
- satisfacción
- virtud
- alto
- atentado
- bajo
- compromiso
- decadente
- desmoronarse
- echar
- fortaleza
- levantar
- mora
- poder
- principio
- relajar
- relajo
- rígido
- sano
English:
boost
- dubious
- duty
- good
- grit
- loose
- moral
- morale
- ought
- pep talk
- right
- self-righteousness
- slip
- softness
- stiffen
- victory
- code
- goodness
- pep
- self
- standard
- virtue
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moral1
adj
1. [espiritual] moral;
tienen el apoyo moral de todos nosotros they have our moral support;
presentó una demanda por daños morales she made a claim for psychological damage
2. [ético] moral;
tengo la obligación moral de ayudarlos I am morally obliged to help them;
no tiene autoridad moral para exigir mi dimisión she does not have the moral authority to demand my resignation
nf
1. [ética] morality;
es un ejemplo de la doble moral del presidente it's an example of the president's double standards
2. [ánimo] morale;
su victoria nos dio mucha moral her win lifted our spirits o improved our morale;
estar bajo de moral to be in poor spirits;
levantarle o [m5]subirle la moral a alguien to lift sb's spirits, to cheer sb up;
Comp
Esp Fam Hum
tiene más moral que el Alcoyano she's not one to get downhearted easily
moral2 nm
[árbol] black mulberry tree
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moral
1
I adj moral
II f
1 (moralidad) morals pl
2 (ánimo) morale;
estar bajo de moral be feeling low;
levantar la moral cheer up
moral
2 m BOT mulberry tree
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moral adj
: moral
moralmente adv
moral nf
1) moralidad: ethics, morality, morals pl
2) ánimo: morale, spirits pl
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moral1 adj moral
moral2 n
1. (principios) morality
2. (ánimo) morale
la moral era muy alta morale was very high
tiene la moral por los suelos he's feeling really low

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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