Translation of moralistic in Spanish:


moralizador, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈˌmɔrəˈlɪstɪk/ /mɒrəˈlɪstɪk/

Definition of moralizador in Spanish


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    • Fertility behaviour was consequently interpreted in a conservative and moralistic way, and the decline in the birth-rate was attributed to the ‘selfishness of women’.
    • As might have been expected by anybody outside the blinkered world of health promotion, moralistic anti-smoking propaganda directed at adolescents has proved counterproductive.
    • Whatever their true motivations, there can be little doubt that the company is adopting an increasingly moralistic stance toward its customers, and internet users in general.
    • He gave them a brief history of his culture and explained his heritage before telling traditional native stories, complete with moralistic values.
    • We need to have more debate and action about the real issues rather than another moralistic and ultimately fruitless debate.
    • I am very concerned about moral issues but I hope in a non - moralistic way.
    • But if he wants to be so moralistic, shouldn't his ministers also behave morally?
    • I detest any attempt to sell science for political or moralistic ends.
    • Having inflexible, overly moralistic policies for dealing with those who deal in drugs may be unrealistic in this environment if there are other priorities.
    • I'd lay bets that her upbringing was rigid and moralistic.