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moral

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmɒrəl/
something you learn from a story or event about how to behave: The moral of the story is never lie.Information and messages
Translations of “moral”
in Korean 교훈…
in Arabic أَخْلاق, عِبْرة…
in Portuguese moral…
in Catalan moral…
in Japanese 教訓…
in Italian morale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 規範…
in Russian мораль, поучение…
in Turkish kıssadan hisse, çıkarılan/alınan ders…
in Chinese (Simplified) 规范…
in Polish morał…
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