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immoral
ɪ'mɔːrəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Deliberately violating accepted principles of right and wrong.
  2. Not adhering to ethical or moral principles.
Hyphenationim•mor•al
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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不道德bù dàodéimmoral
邪恶xié'èsinister; vicious; wicked; evil
放浪fànglàngunrestrained; dissolute; dissipated; unconventional; immoral; to debauch; to dissipate
ǎisee historical character Lao Ai 嫪毐; by extension, person of reprehensible morals; immoral; adulterer
无义wúyìwithout meaning; nonsense; immoral; faithless
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