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betrayal
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
betrayal /bi'treiəl/
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Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 treachery, treason, disloyalty, perfidy, traitorousness, faithlessness, bad faith, breach of faith:
His delivery of the country into the hands of an invader was an outright act of betrayal.
2 revelation, divulging, disclosure, divulgence:
People should not be led into betrayals of their secret opinions.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U, C] the act of betraying sb/sth or the fact of being betrayed: a sense / a feeling / an act of betrayal + I saw her actions as a betrayal of my trust. + the many disappointments and betrayals in his life + Memories of his betrayal still haunted her. + a betrayal of their election promises + a story of heroism, love and betrayal
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

personal | final, ultimate
His defection to the other side was the ultimate betrayal.

VERB + BETRAYAL

regard sth as, see sth as, view sth as
The business community regarded the measures as a betrayal of election promises.

PREP.

~ of
a betrayal of his friends The decisions were a betrayal of everything my father stood for.

PHRASES

an act of betrayal, a betrayal of (sb's) trust, a feeling/sense of betrayal



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