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moral support

noun [U] uk   us  
If you give someone moral support, you encourage that person and show that you approve of what they are doing, rather than giving practical help.
Translations of “moral support”
in Chinese (Traditional) 道義上的支持,精神支持…
in Russian моральная поддержка…
in Turkish yardım ve yüreklendirme, moral destek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 道义上的支持,精神支持…
in Polish wsparcie moralne…
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