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English definition of “double-cross”
/ˌdʌblˈkrɒs/ verb [T]
› to trick or cheat someone who trusts you, for example, a business partner: After recent events in Congress, both Democrats and Republicans felt they had been double-crossed by their party leaders. double-cross noun [C] › He is accused of jeopardising the talks by fuelling fears among unionists of a double-cross.