Definition of 'morals'
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Her heart is kind, but her passions are great and her morals few. SPLITTING (2004)I don't like it when the law overlaps with morals or ethics. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE (2004)Even if his morals got twisted up the way you suggest, he'd always insist on doing the risky part himself. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)
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Translations for 'morals'
British English: morals /ˈmɒrəlz/ NOUN
Morals are principles and beliefs concerning right and wrong behaviour.
They have no morals.
- American English: morals
- Arabic: أخْلَاقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: princípios morais
- Chinese: 品行
- Croatian: moral
- Czech: mravy
- Danish: moralbegreber
- Dutch: moralen
- European Spanish: moralidad
- Finnish: moraali
- French: morale éthique
- German: Moral sittliches Verhalten
- Greek: ήθη
- Italian: principi morali
- Japanese: 品行
- Korean: 윤리
- Norwegian: etikk
- Polish: morały
- European Portuguese: princípios morais
- Romanian: morală
- Russian: нравы
- Spanish: moralidad
- Swedish: moral
- Thai: หลักความประพฤติ
- Turkish: ahlak kuralları
- Ukrainian: моральні принципи
- Vietnamese: quy tắc đạo đức
Definition of morals from the Collins English Dictionary
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