escrúpulo

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin scrūpulus (uneasiness of mind, trouble, anxiety, doubt, scruple, literally a small sharp or pointed stone, the twenty-fourth part of an ounce), diminutive of scrūpus (a rough or sharp stone, anxiety, uneasiness).

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escrúpulo m (plural escrúpulos)

  1. scruple

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Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

escrúpulo m (plural escrúpulos)

  1. qualm
  2. scruple

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