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ethos

noun [U]  /ˈi·θɑs/ us  
the set of moral beliefs, attitudes, habits, etc., that are characteristic of a person or group: Violence is part of their ethos.
Translations of “ethos”
in Chinese (Traditional) (個人或團體的)精神特質,價值觀,信條…
in Russian дух…
in Turkish yaşam felsefesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (个人或团体的)精神特质,价值观,信条…
in Polish etos…
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