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Spanish translation of “moral”

moral

adjective /ˈmorəl/
of, or relating to, character or behaviour especially right behaviour
moral
She has high moral standards He leads a very moral (= good) life.
morally adverb
moralmente
morally wrong
morality noun
moral, moralidad
morals noun plural one’s principles and behaviour
moral, moralidad
He has no morals and will do anything for money.
(Definition of moral from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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