- n. 忠诚；忠心；忠贞
- [U]忠诚,忠心 state of being loyal
- [C][P]忠于…感情,忠诚的行为 a feeling of being loyal to sb/sth
the quality of being loyal
feelings of allegiance
the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action;
"his long commitment to public service"
"they felt no loyalty to a losing team"
- His loyalty is above suspicion.
- My judgement was frequently faulty, but my loyalty to the nation could not be questioned.
- You can't put a price on that sort of loyalty.
- Loyalty to the former king still persists in parts of the country.
- Once he took the vow his loyalty never wavered.
- No one could ever doubt her loyalty.
- We all have a loyalty to the company.
- He had divided loyalties, he wanted to be loyal to the company, but he also wanted to do what was best for his family.
Brand loyalty, or the refusal to be seduced from your devotion to a particular mark of goods.出自： J. W. Krutch
His love of France was fierce, his loyalty to the General absolute.出自： S. Hastings
In times of crisis..group loyalty is vital.出自： P. Lomas
- allegiance 忠诚
- devotion 虔诚
- fidelity 忠实
- faithfulness 忠诚
- constancy 坚定不移
- trustworthiness 可信赖
- reliability 可靠性
- dependability 可依赖性
- morality 道德
- virtue 美德
- steadfastness steadfast的名词...
- adhesion 粘合
- fealty 效忠
- bond 债券
- trueness 真实
- commitment 承诺
- dedication 奉献