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virtue

noun /ˈvəːtʃuː/
a good moral quality
virtud
Honesty is a virtue.
a good quality
virtud
The house is small, but it has the virtue of being easy to clean.
goodness of character etc
virtud
She is a person of great virtue.
virtuous adjective morally good
virtuoso; (peyorativo) santurrón
She is a virtuous young woman.
virtuously adverb
con virtud, virtuosamente
virtuousness noun
virtud
(Definition of virtue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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