- n. 忠诚；忠心；忠实；忠于…感情
不可数名词的用法：Loyalty is the quality of staying firm in your friendship or support for someone or something. 忠诚例：
I have sworn an oath of loyalty to the monarchy.
可数名词的用法：Loyalties are feelings of friendship, support, or duty toward someone or something. 效忠的义务例：
She had developed strong loyalties to the Manet family.
- n. 忠诚；忠心；忠实
Audrey Hepburn often said her loyalty to UNICEF was the result of her experiences as a child during World War Two.
He presents the Israelites with the following choice: "Now therefore revere the Lord," using the word Yahweh, "revere Yahweh, and serve him with undivided loyalty.
And Deuteronomy is also something of a loyalty oath, except that the people are pledging their loyalty to a god rather than to a human king.
Loyalty can bring just as good results as fear or greed, and probably more sustainable growth.
According to Faneuil, the broker spoke of his relationship with Stewart, emphasizing their intense loyalty to each other.
Those numbers raised GOP hopes that Latino loyalty to the Republican Party would continue to grow.