Translation of immoral in Spanish:

immoral

inmoral, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪ(m)ˈmɔrəl/ /ɪˈmɒr(ə)l/

Definition of inmoral in Spanish

adjective

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    inmoral
    to live off immoral earnings vivir del proxenetismo / lenocinio
    • Still, is it unethical or immoral to bring an extinct species back from the dead?
    • Considered by most to be depraved and immoral, you are obsessed with sex.
    • Sometimes we have to take the law into our own hands to expose the bases' illegal and immoral activities.
    • Sexual behaviour is emptied of moral content and there is no warning that any type of behaviour is wrong or immoral.
    • About the closest you can get to immoral behaviour was a few overdue library books.
    • A number of them are unethical in their practices and some are even immoral.
    • The distinction recognises that those who fight a war, even for a just cause, can do immoral things within it.
    • They embarked upon one of the most unjust, immoral, and cowardly wars in history.
    • To put it another way, no law should be immoral, but not all of morality should be enforced by law.
    • We had a mammoth discussion on how free downloading was theft and why it was immoral to do it…
    • Part of me thinks this sounds completely immoral; part of me thinks it sounds horribly thrilling.
    • We do so because we recognise that unjustly taking another's property is immoral.
    • Is what they're saying that all the customers coming to see my show are immoral?
    • You quickly find yourself doing something totally immoral and you ask yourself: what next?
    • In short, the immoral businessmen made fools out of all the honest people who pay their taxes.
    • What can safely be said is that more members of this class of politician will be elected if this immoral scheme succeeds.
    • Can an act be immoral if committed by an individual but moral if committed by a group?
    • We are digging in for a long fight to persuade government never again to embark on such a foolhardy and immoral venture.
    • The capacity of history to absolve political actors is a cynical and immoral doctrine.
    • They're not only seen as polluters, but as Bad People, as selfish and immoral individuals.