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    'I want to build up a government free from corruption'

    Hi
    I hope to write a sentence 'I want to build up a government free from corruption', but I don't know how to use one single English to condense 'free from corruption' into an attributive adjective. Could anyone help me?

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    Re: 'I want to build up a government free from corruption'

    Quote Originally Posted by nelson13 View Post
    Hi
    I hope to write a sentence 'I want to build up a government free from corruption', but I don't know how to use one single English to condense 'free from corruption' into an attributive adjective. Could anyone help me?
    "I want to create a corruption-free government."

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    Re: 'I want to build up a government free from corruption'

    thank you very much. It's a good suggestion.

    But how about if I hope to use one word, not a compound? If I want to establish an organization, a compound word is not as powerful as one single word, if there is such a word.

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    Re: 'I want to build up a government free from corruption'

    incorruptible

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    Re: 'I want to build up a government free from corruption'

    This is also a good word. Thank you.

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    Re: 'I want to build up a government free from corruption'

    Honest.
    Trustworthy.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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