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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “moral”

moral

adjective     /ˈmɒr.əl/ US  /ˈmɔːr-/
relating to the standards of good or bad behaviour, fairness, honesty, etc. which each person believes in, rather than to laws
道德的
It's her moral obligation to tell the police what she knows.
她把所知道的事告訴警方是道義上的責任。
It is not part of a novelist's job to make a moral judgment.
小說家並不需要作道德上的批判。
She was the only politician to condemn the proposed law on moral grounds (= for moral reasons).
她是唯一一個從道德角度,對提議施行的法律作出譴責的政治家。
The Democrats are attempting to capture the moral high ground (= are trying to appear more honest and good than the other political parties).
民主黨試圖顯出在道義上佔優勢。
→ Compare amoral, immoralMorality and rules of behaviour
behaving in ways considered by most people to be correct and honest
有道德的,品行端正的
She's a very moral woman.
她是個品行極為端正的女人。
Oh, stop being so moral!
哦,別這麼一本正經!
Is TV responsible for weakening people's moral fibre (= ability to behave well and honestly and work hard)?
電視是否要對人們的道德品質下降負責呢?
Virtue and moral good
(Definition of moral adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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