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traitor

noun [C]     /ˈtreɪ.tər/ US  /-t̬ɚ/ disapproving
a person who is not loyal or stops being loyal to their own country, social class, beliefs, etc. 背叛者,叛徒;賣國賊 The leaders of the rebellion were hanged as traitors. 叛亂的首領被作為叛國者,絞死了。 The Chinese Communist Party branded (= called) Mr Gorbachev 'a traitor to socialism'. 中國共產黨給戈巴契夫先生打上了社會主義叛徒的烙印。(即稱他為社會主義叛徒) Disloyalty, betrayal and treason
traitorous     /ˈtreɪ.tər.əs/ US  /-t̬ɚ-/ adjective formal disapproving
Translations of “traitor”
in Arabic خائن…
in Korean 반역자…
in Malaysian pengkhianat…
in French traître, traîtresse…
in Turkish hain, vatan haini…
in Italian traditore, -trice…
in Russian предатель…
in Polish zdraj-ca/czyni…
in Vietnamese kẻ phản bội…
in Spanish traidor, -ora…
in Portuguese traidor, -ora…
in Thai ผู้ทรยศ…
in German der/die Verräter(in)…
in Catalan traïdor, -a…
in Japanese 裏切り者, 内通者…
in Indonesian pengkhianat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 背叛者,叛徒, 卖国贼…
(Definition of traitor from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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