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esprit de corps

noun [U]  us   /eˌspri də ˈkɔr, -ˈkoʊr/
the proud and comfortable feeling that you are a member of a group whose purpose you believe in: People who live on houseboats have a certain esprit de corps.
Translations of “esprit de corps”
in Chinese (Traditional) 團隊精神,集體精神, 集體榮譽感…
in Chinese (Simplified) 团队精神,集体精神, 集体荣誉感…
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