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moralenoun [U]

 us   /məˈræl/
the amount of confidence felt by a person or group of people, esp. when in a dangerous or difficult situation: Low morale in the police department was a continuing problem.
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"morale" in British English

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moralenoun [U]

uk   /məˈrɑːl/  us   /məˈrɑːl/
C2 the amount of confidence felt by a person or group of people, especially when in a dangerous or difficult situation: A couple of victories would improve the team's morale enormously. There have been a lot of job losses recently so morale is fairly low.
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"morale" in Business English

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moralenoun [U]

uk   /məˈrɑːl/  us   /məˈræl/ WORKPLACE
the level of satisfaction felt by a person or group of people who work together: High morale helps teamwork and information-sharing.good/bad for morale He said that compulsory breaks would be good for the workforce's morale. Businesses across the country did their best to boost morale.
(Definition of morale from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “morale”
in Vietnamese nhuệ khí…
in Spanish moral…
in Malaysian semangat…
in Thai กำลังใจ…
in French moral…
in German der Kampfgeist…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指險境或困境下的)士氣,精神面貌…
in Russian моральный дух…
in Turkish maneviyat, moral…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指险境或困境下的)士气,精神面貌…
in Indonesian semangat…
in Polish morale…
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