morale(redirected from Esprit de Corps (morale))
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Moral (/mɒrəl/) can be an adjective, a count noun, or a plural noun.
When you use it as an adjective, it means 'relating to right and wrong behaviour'.
The moral of a story is what it teaches you about how you should or should not behave.
Morals are principles of behaviour.
Morality (/məræləti/) is the idea that some forms of behaviour are right and others are wrong.
Your morale (/mɒrɑːl/) is the amount of confidence you have when you are in a difficult or dangerous situation.
|Noun||1.||morale - a state of individual psychological well-being based upon a sense of confidence and usefulness and purpose|
|2.||morale - the spirit of a group that makes the members want the group to succeed|
morale[mɒˈrɑːl] N → moral f
morale was at an all-time low → la moral estaba más baja que nunca
to raise/lower sb's morale → levantar/bajar la moral a algn, animar/desanimar a algn
morale[məˈrɑːl] n → moral m
Their morale is very low → Leur moral est très bas.
to suffer from low morale → ne pas avoir le moralmorale-boosting [məˈrɑːlbuːstɪŋ] adj [win, victory] → qui regonfle le moral