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The term is a proper noun, deriving from verb 'corrupt' and noun'corruption', and means one whose morality has not been harmed internally, one who is moral, in all terms, cannot for ex. accept bribe, or one who judges impartially and objectively, finally one who is fair and honest in everything and with everybody (=αδιάφθορος, αδέκαστος..)For ex. we say 'incorruptible justice'=αδιάφθορη Δικαιοσύνη, or 'incorruptible judge'=(αδέκαστοσ κριτής, δικαστής)etc.

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