In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1moral femininemorale is high/low — tienen (or tenemos etc.) la moral alta/baja
- to boost sb's morale — levantarle la moral a algn
- to dent/break sb's morale — minarle/destrozarle la moral a algn
- good/bad for morale — bueno/malo para la moral
- The general morale among young people in this country is so low at the moment it is no wonder there are so many problems.
- He suggested that boosting the workers' morale would translate into safer streets and better services.
- "They would send us boxes of goodies which was a huge morale booster.
- You sense that staff morale is high and the eagerness to please is palpable.
- Former servicemen and women in Colchester have helped boost the morale of British troops fighting in the Gulf.
- They clearly are a team in a need of a win just to boost morale for the second half of the season.
- A thumping defeat at this point in time could have done some serious damage to morale.
- We must focus on boosting workforce morale, and improving workers' happiness and job security.
- "The morale in camp is high and I can promise you that the team is ready for battle.
- He said that despite hostile desert conditions, morale among the servicemen was high.
- An employee at the company says staff morale is low due to the lack of job certainty in the future.
- Staff morale must be sapped by the ordeal of coping with crisis conditions day after day.
- Workers will be more productive, cooperative, flexible and their morale higher without unions.
- After all, football had been hugely important for morale during the war.
- The morale of the team was high following their win at the same venue a couple of weeks ago.
- Support and guidance from managers is regarded as good, but over a third say morale at work is not good.
- Dining arrangements also contributed to the morale of the seasonal work force.
- With morale at an all time low, it is not hard to understand that the volunteers wonder if it is worth going on.
- Patients were losing confidence in our services, and staff morale was threatened.
- Earlier this year there were claims that discipline had slipped and staff morale was at rock bottom.
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