Translation of virtuous in Spanish:

virtuous

virtuoso, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈvəːtʃʊəs//ˈvərtʃuəs//ˈvəːtjʊəs/

adjective

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    (thought/act/circle) virtuoso
    I feel quite virtuous having written all those letters me siento muy orgullosa de haber escrito todas esas cartas
    • It's hypocritical in the sense that these people all lie yet proclaim themselves virtuous and honest, yes.
    • The women's critique broke down views of virtue and vice that associated smoke with virtuous masculine industriousness and clean air with vicious feminized luxury.
    • I've seen Titanic enough times to know that rich people are fatuous and greedy, while poor people are noble and virtuous.
    • Understanding the way karma works, we seek to live a good and virtuous life through right thought, right speech and right action.
    • Another feature of ceremonial discourse is that it will praise the virtuous and the good because it is designed for its receiver's pleasure.
    • Many have thought that having certain emotions is an important part of what it is to be a virtuous moral agent.
    • Being virtuous means knowing the right time, place, circumstance, and manner in which to be courageous.
    • I, for one, from reading the Book of Job and having knowledge about the Eightfold Path would know that I have done the right thing by being virtuous since it would aid me in achieving nirvana.
    • He is a virtuous, moral man with dignity and strength, not the mild-mannered pushover of decades past.
    • Should applications of technology be socially virtuous by any standard?
    • The consummation, the crowning glory of a well-lived life, happiness would be granted only to the worthy, the virtuous, the god-like happy few.
    • That's why part of the school's mission is to build ‘a diverse, virtuous and moral America,’ he said.
    • Indeed, a parent who made his love conditional upon a child's maintaining some particular standard of virtuous behavior would be rightly regarded as something of a monster.
    • The first few pages of the letter reflect the virtuous principles that a mother would try to inculcate into her daughter in the 18th century.
    • For one thing, the sanctimonious sermons by journalists about how virtuous and upstanding they are make them easy to detest.
    • Athlete behavior is meant to be exemplary and virtuous and sustain the rags to riches myths of successful sports stars from humble origins.
    • These guidelines state that if physicians must be moral and virtuous, the associations representing them must exhibit the same qualities and be seen to be acting in an altruistic fashion.
    • Religions and true religious leaders have always motivated us to indulge only in noble thoughts and virtuous actions.
    • He presented himself as an honest and virtuous man, a spokesman for the outsiders in society.
    • Virgos are virtuous, ethical and kind-hearted.