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"loyalty" in British English

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loyaltynoun

uk   /ˈlɔɪ.əl.ti/  us   /ˈlɔɪ.əl.t̬i/
B2 [U] the ​quality of being ​loyal: His loyalty was never in ​question. Her loyalty to the ​cause is ​impressive.
loyalties [plural]
yourfeelings of ​support or ​duty towards someone or something: My loyalties to my ​family come before anything ​else. divided loyalties (= ​feelings of ​support for two different and ​opposingpeople or things)

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(Definition of loyalty from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"loyalty" in Business English

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loyaltynoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈlɔɪəlti/
COMMERCE, MARKETING, HR the ​quality of being ​loyal to a particular ​company or ​brand: loyalty to sb/sth Flexible ​workinghours encourages ​employee loyalty to the ​company. Firms ​try to build loyalty by ​creating a ​brandname.
(Definition of loyalty from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “loyalty”
in Arabic إخْلاص, وَفاء…
in Korean 충성심…
in Portuguese lealdade, devoção…
in Catalan lleialtat, fidelitat…
in Japanese 忠義(心)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忠诚,忠实…
in Turkish sadakat, bağlılık, vefa…
in Russian верность, преданность…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忠誠,忠實…
in Italian lealtà…
in Polish lojalność…
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