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Translation of "moral" - English-Turkish dictionary

moral

adjective
 
 
/ˈmɒrəl/
RIGHT AND WRONG [always before noun] B2 relating to beliefs about what is right or wrong
ahlâk değerleriyle ilgili
moral standards/values a moral issue Morality and rules of behaviourVirtue and moral good
GOOD CHARACTER behaving in a way that most people think is correct and honest
ahlâkî, manevî, vicdanî
He's a very moral person. →  Opposite immoral →  Compare amoral Morality and rules of behaviourVirtue and moral good
morally adverb B2
ahlaki olarak
morally wrong
Translations of “moral”
in Arabic أَخْلاقي…
in Korean 도덕의…
in Malaysian moral…
in French moral…
in Italian morale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 道德的, 有道德的,品行端正的…
in Russian моральный, нравственный, высоконравственный…
in Polish moralny, z zasadami…
in Vietnamese thuộc đạo đức…
in Spanish moral…
in Portuguese moral…
in Thai ทางศีลธรรม…
in German moralisch…
in Catalan moral…
in Japanese 道徳的な…
in Indonesian moral…
in Chinese (Simplified) 道德的, 有道德的,品行端正的…
(Definition of moral adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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