moral englannista suomeksi
Of or relating to principles of right and wrong in behaviour, especially for teaching right behaviour.
(RQ:Hawthorne Scarlet Lette)
- She had wandered without rule or guidance in a moral wilderness.
Conforming to a standard of right behaviour; sanctioned by or operative on one's conscience or ethical judgment.
Capable of right and wrong action.
Positively affecting the mind, confidence, or will.
The ethical significance or practical lesson.
''The moral of (w) is that if you repeatedly lie, people won't believe you when you tell the truth.''
1841, (w), ''Comic Dramatists of the Restoration'' (printed in Edinburgh Review, January 1841)
- We protest against the principle that the world of pure comedy is one into which no moral enters.
An exact counterpart.
morale, motivation (capacity to maintain belief in an institution or a goal)
''streng, victoriansk moral''
strict, Victorian moral
a moral, a lesson (of a narrative)
a set of moral values, (collectively) principles, morality;
authority, capacity or right to impose on or influence another;
balls (gloss), attitude of authority;
right to have a say on a matter, to judge someone etc., high ground;
(l), standard (gloss)
a (l), a lesson (of a narrative)