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Pronunciation of Moral: Learn how to pronounce Moral in English correctly

Learn how to say Moral correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word moral:

adjective
1concerned with the principles of right and wrong behaviour:
the moral dimensions of medical intervention
a moral judgement
concerned with or derived from the code of behaviour that is considered right or acceptable in a particular society:
they have a moral obligation to pay the money back
[attributive] examining the nature of ethics and the foundations of good and bad character and conduct:
moral philosophers
2holding or manifesting high principles for proper conduct:
he prides himself on being a highly moral and ethical person
he is a caring, moral man
noun
1a lesson that can be derived from a story or experience:
the moral of this story was that one must see the beauty in what one has
2 (morals) standards of behaviour; principles of right and wrong:
the corruption of public morals
they believe addicts have no morals and cannot be trusted
Derivatives
morally
adverb
theories which assert that all inequality is morally wrong
his morally bankrupt lifestyle
the task of education was to reinvigorate citizenship in order that pupils might act morally
Origin:
late Middle English: from Latin moralis, from mos, mor- ‘custom’, (plural) mores ‘morals’. As a noun the word was first used to translate Latin Moralia, the title of St Gregory the Great’s moral exposition of the Book of Job, and was subsequently applied to the works of various classical writers