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moral supportnoun [U]

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If you give someone ​moralsupport, you ​encourage that ​person and show that you ​approve of what they are doing, ​rather than giving ​practicalhelp.
(Definition of moral support from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “moral support”
in Chinese (Simplified) 道义上的支持,精神支持…
in Turkish yardım ve yüreklendirme, moral destek…
in Russian моральная поддержка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 道義上的支持,精神支持…
in Polish wsparcie moralne…
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