Translation of turpitude in Spanish:

turpitude

vileza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtərpəˌt(j)ud//ˈtəːpɪtjuːd/

noun

formal

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    vileza feminine
    bajeza feminine
    • He could spot hypocrisy, pomposity, smugness, snobbery, tomfoolery and turpitude from miles away.
    • And if Claudius is simply a drunken thug who pulls a knife on Hamlet even when at prayer, you sacrifice the character's mix of moral turpitude and political skill.
    • That was my crime of moral turpitude, which as crimes of moral turpitude go I don't think is too bad.
    • The journalist responsible for the article was put on trial in Argentina and accused of moral turpitude.
    • While depression can inspire some people to greatness, the vast majority are knocked into useless turpitude, so it's no wonder that the left has been so bloody useless this year.
    • For years, this was a handy picture of ‘official’ moral turpitude, as defined by the Code.
    • Only when such destruction threatens to derail the stock market and discredit the entire New Economy does the moral turpitude of top management become an issue.
    • She is also law abiding, yet is made to feel like a ‘professional beggar’ or someone ‘who has been convicted of a felony, or other crime or misdemeanor involving moral turpitude.’
    • And I do hope the Korean ministries of justice and national defense give him a chance to be forgiven of his moral turpitude.
    • Individuals convicted on charges of corruption, moral turpitude or misuse of power would also be barred from serving as a member of the parliament or the four provincial assemblies.
    • The argument was that because of their ability to reach directly into Indian homes without any intermediary, the signals could pose a threat to national security as well as Indian culture causing moral and social turpitude.
    • The almost invariable habit of the English law was to award custody and control of an infant to its mother, except in the case of moral turpitude.
    • The errors that Dan made were not of moral turpitude but of human fallibility.
    • Sometimes he haggles his way into fury, regarding a dollar too much as the peak of moral turpitude.
    • The moral turpitude of youth is, and always has been, offensive to its elders.
    • As I start to wonder about the legitimacy of the test, Alain becomes altogether more aggressive, demanding what I plan to do about the advanced state of misery and moral turpitude in which I have found myself.
    • It's that lax moral turpitude that's made Britain the great world power it is today.
    • His actions amounted to an act of moral turpitude.
    • The investigating committee is unaware of any conduct by either professor that could reasonably be construed as involving moral turpitude.
    • Some insiders consider this to be moral turpitude on my part.