Definition of 'morale'
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There are some good players here and morale is good. The Sun (2017)Yet teacher shortages are acute, turnover is high and morale low. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It found 56 per cent had low morale. The Sun (2016)How some leadership from politicians over the deficit and debt ceiling would lift confidence and morale. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What is seen as being moral is not always good for morale. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her contribution was to raise morale by singing songs she made up as we went along. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That night the morale of the people sank to its lowest ebb. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)Working in environments where there is no natural light often leads to low energy and morale. Coping with Stress at Work (1988)What a morale boost for our troops. The Sun (2012)But for confidence and morale the workout has been priceless. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The guys are doing well and the morale is good. The Sun (2016)Can they find a way to raise morale? The Sun (2014)It also increased the morale of the people at work. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)They hope the dynamite new storyline will boost morale. The Sun (2013)He says morale is low at the club as a result of the drop. The Sun (2016)Senior party figures hope that her presence will raise the morale of activists as much as it will enthuse the voters. Times, Sunday Times (2015)That gives us morale and confidence. The Sun (2010)The purpose of team-building exercises is to improve morale and group working. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They also damage the morale of people left behind and can slow a company's growth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Yet the competition for a place on the roster is intense, and the morale of the group exceptionally high. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)This is one of the reasons why it is so hard to raise a group 's morale once it has dropped. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)
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Translations for 'morale'
British English: morale /mɒˈrɑːl/ NOUN
Morale is the amount of confidence and optimism that people have.
Many workers are suffering from low morale.
- American English: morale
- Arabic: مَعْنَوِيَاتٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ânimo
- Chinese: 士气
- Croatian: samopouzdanje
- Czech: morálka
- Danish: morale
- Dutch: moreel
- European Spanish: moral
- Finnish: henkinen tila
- French: moral
- German: Moral Stimmung
- Greek: ηθικό
- Italian: morale
- Japanese: 士気
- Korean: 사기
- Norwegian: kampvilje
- Polish: morale
- European Portuguese: ânimo
- Romanian: morală
- Russian: настрой
- Spanish: moral
- Swedish: stridsmoral
- Thai: กำลังใจ
- Turkish: moral
- Ukrainian: бойовий дух
- Vietnamese: chí khí
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