Definition of 'ethics'
Example sentences containing 'ethics'
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He lent me a book about art and ethics by the British philosopher Hume. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)This manipulation of masses of people was an unforgivable violation of his cetic ethics. THE BROKEN GOD (2003)However, my sympathy didn't override my professional ethics. DEAD BEAT (2003)
Of course, most meaningful assignments involved a breach of the psychiatrist's code of ethics. THE DICE MAN (2003)
Synonyms of 'ethics'
moral code, standards, principles, morals
Trends of 'ethics'
Very Common. ethics is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'ethics'
British English: ethics NOUN
Ethics are moral beliefs and rules about right and wrong.
Its members are bound by a rigid code of ethics which includes confidentiality.
Definition of ethics from the Collins English Dictionary
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