Translation of ethos in Spanish:

ethos

Pronunciation /ˈiθɑs/ /ˈiːθɒs/

noun

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    the middle class ethos los valores y las actitudes de la clase media
    • the ethos of free enterprise el espíritu de la libre empresa
    • And the real thing is that the whole ethos, culture and drive of the company now is to put that right.
    • Much credit must go to the local community for the way they have embraced the ethos of community cohesion.
    • I was aware that the school had a culture of discipline and an ethos of personal improvement.
    • He founded a great regiment and the principles he founded it on and the ethos he left are just the same today as they were then.
    • Their ethos was that you had to treat the whole person, not just the cancer.
    • And the way to do that is to get more people to go racing and become involved in the ethos of the sport.
    • There is mounting frustration with the anti-enterprise ethos of his administration.
    • It is by no means a perfect system, but dissent and debate are recognised as an integral part of the university ethos.
    • Charlton and their manager have created an ethos that has kept the club not just afloat but positively buoyant.
    • It was, after all, an ethos which could be portrayed as combining both a national and an individual ethic.
    • Choice is the ethos of a free-market environment; at the moment we don't have that.
    • Their projects are diverse, but the firms share a similar ethos.
    • I tend to see the results as the by-product of an ethos where we encourage students to aim high.
    • Moving with the times is very much part of the ethos of the magazine, and of course we must practise what we preach.
    • Innovation was quietly continuous, prompting an ethos of understated optimism.
    • A Christian publishing house wants a Christian ethos to permeate its workforce.
    • The ethos is caring and ensures that everyone reaches their full potential.
    • While success is born of a competitive spirit among pupils, that does not have to breed an uncaring ethos.
    • We have an innovative approach and a different ethos - and we are getting repeat business.
    • For example, a bank launched a large-scale programme to create a new ethos of customer care.