裏切る, 寝返る, 売る
Verb(1) reveal unintentionally(2) deliver to an enemy by treachery(3) disappoint, prove undependable to; abandon, forsake(4) be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage(5) give away information about somebody(6) cause someone to believe an untruth
(1) Artie promises not to betray certain details only to show us both the promise and betrayal together.(2) In spycraft there are four ways to persuade someone to betray their country, known as MICE; Money, Ideology, Coercion & Ego.(3) The only branch of humanity who did not make the grade were the planters of the Caribbean islands who chose to betray their class interests because of race considerations.(4) Not to do so would be to betray the public interest and endanger the police, health service workers and victims.(5) Chantal's response forced his eyes to betray his shock as well.(6) This is why he must swear repeatedly that he would never betray American interests to foreign powers: because he will.(7) Could members of a gang be so myopic that they act in ways that betray their best interests?(8) Politicians can betray the public interest when it comes into conflict with, and loses to, their own private interests.(9) I knew about Judas, the betrayer , Mary Magdelene, the Garden of Gestamane, Roman soldiers, the Last Supper.(10) And the human relationship with this entity is evolving in the moment as people come to terms with a compact broken - a covenant betrayed .(11) Both of these ideologies have betrayed their promises.(12) He now feels angry beyond words at ConAgra, misused, betrayed .(13) That's why I say it's an absurd question, because it betrays , at the very least, a serious oversimplification of evolutionary genetics.(14) None of those who did know her would even consider betraying that information.(15) Yet if the 25-year-old's words spoke of surprise, they should not have done; his voice betrayed modesty, not shock.(16) These people were known as traitors and betrayers of the crown.
(1) betray oneself :: 地が出ます
1. be disloyal to ::
2. reveal ::
3. stag ::
4. lead astray ::
5. sell ::
6. fail ::
7. cuckold ::
8. bewray ::
Different Formsbetray, betrayal, betrayals, betrayed, betrayer, betrayers, betraying, betrays
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