Translation of moralize in Spanish:

moralize

moralizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈmɔrəˌlaɪz/ /ˈmɒr(ə)lʌɪz/

Definition of moralizar in Spanish

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (make moral pronouncement)
    moralizar
    • But she couldn't, and I just want to tell her that I think she is too self-righteous and moralizing and someday when she grows up a bit, she might understand.
    • But this is not the time for sermonizing or moralizing over US foreign policy.
    • Issues of race are presented plainly, without moralizing.
    • Martial's attitude, unlike most social description in antiquity, is not moralizing, but he takes pleasure simply in recording with all his verbal art the complexities and contradictions of the spectacle of life.
    • But overall, they have crafted an exceptional play, touching on matters of the heart in a way that uplifts without moralizing.
    • Rationalists do not regard moralizing as a legitimate function of government.
    • Charley never preached, much less moralized - he would simply get to the heart of the matter and save you time and breath.
    • Kisor certainly isn't preachy or moralizing, but his characters do wrestle with complex social issues.
    • And then everyone begins blaming and moralizing, and there's a lot of talk and writing about the return to '50s morality.
    • ‘I wasn't really interested in moralizing or taking a stance in that respect,’ claims Marston.
    • When we relate with ourselves without moralizing, without harshness, without deception, we finally let go of harmful patterns.
    • I'm not moralizing here - I find that unhelpful, not to mention boring.
    • Please don't let reporters use it as a soapbox for moralizing.
    • But politicians simply can't help but moralise.
    • It works, though, because it never puts moralizing ahead of story or character.
    • If, instead of providing cure or care, doctors become intrusive and moralising, they will soon lose the respect of their patients.
    • Although I enjoyed those ancient tales, Dahl was never one to preach or moralise.
    • It is outstanding in that the book does not attempt to moralize or preach.
    • At Nuremberg, Rundstedt interpreted his military role as being to execute orders to the best of his ability, but never to moralize to his superior.
  • 2moralizing present participle

    (tone/speech) moralizador