- n. 士气，斗志
- n. (Morale)人名；(意、西)莫拉莱
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- morale (n.)
- 1752, "moral principles or practice," from French morale "morality, good conduct," from fem. of Old French moral "moral" (see moral (adj.)). Meaning "confidence" (especially in a military context) first recorded 1831, from confusion with French moral (French distinguishes le moral "temperament" and la morale "morality").
- 1. Do what you can to give her confidence and boost her morale.
- 2. It was amazing what a morale booster her visits proved.
- 3. His generous offer was a tremendous tonic for our morale.
- 4. Morale in the armed forces was at rock bottom.
- 5. We are all very tired and morale is low.
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