Spanish translation of 'scruple'
⇒ a person of no scruples
una persona sin escrúpulos
⇒ he is entirely without scruples
no tiene conciencia
⇒ to have no scruples about ...
no tener escrúpulos acerca de ...
⇒ to make no scruple to do sth
no tener escrúpulos para hacer algo
⇒ not to scruple to do sth
no vacilar en hacer algo
Example Sentences Including 'scruple'
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He had no scruples about publishing it: but where?Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)
Nor did he have any scruples about hitting below the belt.The Life and Adventures of William Cobbett (2005)
Anyone with scruples about gambling should not work in a betting shop.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Moral scruples of a... of an Australian.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
But many share her apparent lack of scruples.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Of course, many will feel scruples about criticising others for how they spend their money out of fear of sounding hypocritical.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
There are also those at the other end of the financial spectrum who have few scruples about money.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I think they should be able to decline service for various reasons, religious scruples included.Christianity Today (2000)
Although in theory they may have scruples about eating meat, they are happy to overlook them if the meat is presented cleansed of any prior history.Bad Food Britain (2006)
If this temptation were to win out over their religious scruples, they would be unable to plant new crops when the rains begin again.Cultural Anthropology (1995)
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British English: scruple NOUN
Scruples are moral principles or beliefs that make you unwilling to do something that seems wrong.
...a man with no moral scruples.
Translation of scruple from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary