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merit

noun /ˈmerit/
the quality of worth, excellence or praiseworthiness
mérito, merecimiento
He reached his present position through merit.
a good point or quality
mérito
His speech at least had the merit of being short.
meritorious /-ˈtoː-/ adjective (formal) deserving reward or praise
meritorio
a meritorious performance.
Translations of “merit”
in Arabic استِحقاق…
in Korean 가치 있는 요소…
in Malaysian merit, kelebihan…
in French mérite…
in Turkish erdem, meziyet, fazilet…
in Italian merito, valore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 優點, 價值, 功績…
in Russian заслуга, достоинство…
in Polish wartość, zaleta…
in Vietnamese giá trị, phẩm chất tốt…
in Portuguese mérito…
in Thai คุณความดี, ข้อดี…
in German der Verdienst, der Wert…
in Catalan mèrit…
in Japanese 長所, 取り得…
in Indonesian kebaikan, kelebihan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 优点, 价值, 功绩…
(Definition of merit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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