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Translation of "immoral" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

immoral

adjective     /ɪˈmɒr.əl/ US  /-ˈmɑːr-/
not within society's standards of acceptable, honest and moral behaviour; morally wrong 不道德的;道德败坏的 an immoral act 不道德的举动 immoral behaviour 不道德的行为 It's an immoral tax, because the poor will pay relatively more. 这是不道德的税收,因为穷人相对要付出更多。 →  Compare amoral , moral adjective Morally wrong and evilDishonest immoral earnings money earned from prostitution (= having sex in exchange for money) 卖淫所得 If convicted, she could be jailed for five years for living off immoral earnings. 如果被判有罪,她可能会因靠卖淫为生坐5年牢。 Earning money and money earnedSexual devices and the sex industry immorally     /ɪˈmɒr.əl.i/ US  /-ˈmɑːr-/ adverb Morally wrong and evilDishonest immorality     /ˌɪm.əˈræl.ə.ti/ US  /-ɑːˈræl.ə.t̬i/ noun [U]
Translations of “immoral”
in Arabic فاسِق, فاجِر, لا أخلاقي…
in Korean 부도덕한…
in Malaysian tidak bermoral…
in French immoral…
in Turkish ahlâka aykırı, ahlâksız, edebsiz…
in Italian immorale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不道德的, 道德敗壞的…
in Russian безнравственный…
in Polish niemoralny…
in Vietnamese trái đạo đức…
in Spanish inmoral…
in Portuguese imoral…
in Thai ซึ่งผิดทำนองคลองธรรม…
in German unmoralisch…
in Catalan immoral…
in Japanese 道徳に反する…
in Indonesian tak bermoral…
(Definition of immoral from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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