English - Vietnamese Dictionary
integrity /in'tegriti/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- tính chính trực, tính liêm chính
- tính toàn bộ, tính toàn vẹn, tính nguyên; tình trạng không bị sứt mẻ, tình trạng toàn vẹn, tình trạng nguyên vẹn
+an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting
Advanced English Dictionary
1 honesty, probity, veracity, uprightness, honour, rectitude, principle, morality, goodness, trustworthiness, decency, virtue, incorruptibility, righteousness:
He is a person of unimpeachable integrity.
2 wholeness, entirety, unity, togetherness, soundness, completeness, coherence, oneness, totality:
Care should be taken not to disturb the integrity of the protective film.
+ noun [U]Collocation Dictionary
1 the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles: personal / professional / artistic integrity + to behave with integrity + a man of great integrity
2 (formal) the state of being whole and not divided: to respect the territorial integrity of the nation
great, high | absolute, complete | personal | artistic, financial, moral, political, professional | physical, structural, territorial
The country is fighting to preserve its territorial integrity.
VERB + INTEGRITY
Her photography had great artistic integrity.
| lack | lose | restore
The minister promised to restore the honesty and integrity of the government.
It's up to the user to ensure the integrity of the data they enter.
| maintain, retain
We all have an interest in maintaining the integrity of the ecosystem.
| defend, preserve, safeguard | threaten
The project threatens the integrity of one of the world's most important wetlands.
| compromise, impair, undermine
I would never do anything to compromise the integrity of the company.
Nuclear weapons have the capability to destroy the physical integrity of the planet.
She questioned his integrity as a councillor.
The code calls on members to behave with integrity at all times.
an attack on sb/sth's integrity, a challenge/threat to sb/sth's integrity
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