Traducción de incorruptible en Español:

incorruptible

incorruptible, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪnkəˈrəptəb(ə)l/ /ɪnkəˈrʌptɪb(ə)l/

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    incorruptible
    • As celebrated in their own eyes, these are always the true, the fearless, and the incorruptible revealers of corruption.
    • For us who were sinful, he gave up the holy one; for the wicked the innocent one; the just one for the unjust; the incorruptible one for corruptible men; and for us mortals the immortal one.
    • His protagonist-heroes, especially the Chief Justice in The Lawyer and the Libertine and the film director in Appointment at Amalfi, show a scrupulous and incorruptible concern for truth and justice.
    • We have all heard of cunning bowlers turning down their own appeals, withdrawing them is the proper term, the better to impress the umpire with their incorruptible honesty and win a decision next time.
    • Wenders always wants it both ways: high artifice and incorruptible honesty.
    • The Island newspaper in particularly is openly contemptuous of the ‘political maggots’ that inhabit parliament and has repeatedly appealed for someone of incorruptible morals to save the nation.
    • The Horse, with its rigorous style and feeling of incorruptible honesty, is directly in the Güney tradition of social protest.
    • Kevin was principled, courageous, incorruptible, unselfish and a man of great integrity.
    • Now the conventional wisdom is that the media will be kept honest and decent by an army of incorruptible amateur gumshoes.
    • We cannot maintain an incorruptible police force in a society that condones corruption.
    • The result was a corps that for decades commanded respect as the pinnacle of efficient, incorruptible policing.
    • This conservative estimate is based on the assumption that a large number of ultrasonologists are incorruptible.
    • In many ways, it is a better introduction than high school civics and college political science courses that preach an incorruptible legal system - especially its judiciary - that always remains above politics.
    • What price political openness, legality, free-trade and an incorruptible civil service - I thought - if the end result is an England full of Macdonalds, Seattle coffee bars and pubs that serve Harvester Fayre.
    • In addition, suppose a bureaucrat was incorruptible and wanted to do his job with total commitment to efficiency, demanding, say, that contractors reduce swollen overtime costs.
    • But in the course of unmasking them, the novel's hero, Justin Quayle, becomes ever more the white knight, superb and incorruptible in his quest.
    • He was incorruptible, and had an intolerance to sloth and greed.
    • I've given up on certainties, but I do still believe in some things: that British racing is incorruptible, and that one day sport will once again be something we enjoy for its own sake.
    • Always wrong, in short; but forthright, and incorruptible.
    • An incorruptible panel of independent and competent adjudicators is imperative in ensuring that competitors are judged purely on the merit of their performance.