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moral hazardモラルハザード
moral hazard道徳的危険 [どうとくてききけん]
(a person with) strong moral fiber (backbone, determination)気骨稜々 [きこつりょうりょう]
(a person with) strong moral fiber (backbone, determination)気骨稜稜 [きこつりょうりょう]
(comp) heuristic-hazard自発的判断による不整合見込み状態 [じはつてきはんだんによるふせいごうみこみじょうたい]
(moral) backbone, spirit, soul, grit気骨 [きこつ]
(moral) conduct, behaviour, behavior, deportment品行 [ひんこう]
A virtuous person does (should) not commit an act that offends his moral principles no matter how hard pressed he may be悪木盗泉 [あくぼくとうせん]
abstract, immaterial, moral, spiritual, intangible無形 [むけい]
boned (e.g. fish, etc.); watered down (e.g. plan, bill, etc.), mutilated; lacking integrity or moral backbone骨抜き [ほねぬき]
both material and moral, both physically and psychologically (spiritually)物心両面 [ぶっしんりょうめん]
code of morals, moral principles綱常 [こうじょう]
danger, peril, hazard; dangerous, hazardous危険 [きけん]
decay (decline, corruption) of public morals, moral decadence風紀退廃 [ふうきたいはい]
decay (decline, corruption) of public morals, moral decadence風紀頽廃 [ふうきたいはい]
duty and humanity, (a sense of) moral obligation and humane feelings義理人情 [ぎりにんじょう]
ethical, moral道徳的 [どうとくてき]
ethics, moral philosophy倫理学 [りんりがく]
ethics, moral philosophy; (the study of) Confucianism (esp. neo-Confucianism); (the study of) Taoism; Edo-period popularized blend of Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian ethical teachings (popularised)道学 [どうがく]
good, all right!, OK!, well, so; good (in moral judgement only) (judgment)善し [よし]
good, all right!, OK!, well, so; good (in moral judgement only) (judgment)良し [よし]
great cause, moral law, justice 大義 [たいぎ]
hazard lampハザードランプ
hazard mapハザードマップ
hazard prevention危険防止 [きけんぼうし]
hidden meaning, symbolism, moral寓意 [ぐうい]
integrity, moral courage剛直 [ごうちょく]
justification, just cause, moral duty名分 [めいぶん]
lesson, precept, moral instruction教訓 [きょうくん]
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