1 en concienciain truth* * *Ex. By April 2003, when he began his year-long tour in Iraq, he was openly questioning whether he could participate in the war in good conscience.* * *
Ex: By April 2003, when he began his year-long tour in Iraq, he was openly questioning whether he could participate in the war in good conscience.
2 mortificadoradj.mortifying, wounding.m.mortifier.* * *= smarting, tormenting, tormentor.Ex. At 11:30 I was feeling that all was well with the world, and then at 11:35 I'm all tightened to a smarting tension by having been treated like scum.Ex. The end result was that they were only too anxious to make good their escape from their indefatigable and tormenting foes.Ex. The great tormentor of the human soul is a guilty conscience.* * *= smarting, tormenting, tormentor.
Ex: At 11:30 I was feeling that all was well with the world, and then at 11:35 I'm all tightened to a smarting tension by having been treated like scum.Ex: The end result was that they were only too anxious to make good their escape from their indefatigable and tormenting foes.Ex: The great tormentor of the human soul is a guilty conscience.
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in (good) conscience — in (all/good) conscience idiom (formal) believing your actions to be fair Syn: ↑honestly • We cannot in all conscience refuse to help. Main entry: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
in good conscience — without feeling guilty. I could not in good conscience recommend a family member for the job … New idioms dictionary
in all/good conscience — in (all/good) conscience formal ◇ If you cannot do something in (all/good) conscience, you cannot do it because you think that it is morally wrong. I cannot in good conscience allow this situation to continue. She could not in all conscience… … Useful english dictionary
in (all) good conscience — in (all) good conscience/in all conscience/formal phrase used for talking about what you believe to be fair or right I cannot in all conscience cast my vote against the defendant. Thesaurus: morally good or correctsynonym Main entry … Useful english dictionary
Conscience — • The individual, as in him customary rules acquire ethical character by the recognition of distinct principles and ideals, all tending to a final unity or goal, which for the mere evolutionist is left very indeterminate, but for the Christian… … Catholic encyclopedia
Conscience — Not to be confused with consciousness. For other uses, see Conscience (disambiguation). Vincent van Gogh, 1890. Kröller Müller Museum. The Good Samaritan (after Delacroix). Conscience is an aptitude, faculty, intuition or judgment of the … Wikipedia
conscience — noun (C, U) 1 MIND the part of your mind that tells you whether what you are doing is morally right or wrong: Be guided by your conscience. | a social conscience (=a moral sense of how society should be) | a guilty/bad conscience (=feel guilty… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
conscience — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ clean (esp. AmE), clear, easy, good ▪ How can you do your job with a clean conscience? ▪ I have a clear conscience. ▪ … Collocations dictionary
conscience — [[t]kɒ̱nʃ(ə)ns[/t]] consciences 1) N COUNT: usu sing, with supp, oft poss N, adj N Your conscience is the part of your mind that tells you whether what you are doing is right or wrong. If you have a guilty conscience, you feel guilty about… … English dictionary
conscience — n. 1) to appeal to; arouse smb. s conscience 2) to have smt. on one s conscience 3) to ease one s conscience 4) a clear; guilty conscience (to have a guilty conscience) 5) a matter of conscience 6) in conscience (in all good conscience) * * * [… … Combinatory dictionary
conscience — con|science [ kanʃəns ] noun count or uncount ** the ideas and feelings you have that tell you whether something you are doing is right or wrong: Each person must vote according to his or her own conscience. The decision must be a matter of… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English