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Translation of "infidelity" - English-Japanese dictionary

infidelity

noun
 
/ˌɪn·fɪˈdel·ə·ti/ ( plural infidelities)
behaviour in which someone who is married or in a relationship has sex with someone who is not their wife, husband, or regular partner
不貞
Translations of “infidelity”
in Arabic خِيانة…
in Korean 부정…
in Malaysian tidak jujur…
in French infidélité…
in Turkish vefasızlık, sadakatsizlik, ihanet…
in Italian infedeltà…
in Chinese (Traditional) (夫婦間的)不忠實,不貞行為…
in Russian неверность, измена…
in Polish niewierność, zdrada…
in Vietnamese không chung thuỷ…
in Spanish infidelidad…
in Portuguese infidelidade…
in Thai การนอกใจ…
in German die Untreue…
in Catalan infidelitat…
in Indonesian ketidaksetiaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (夫妇间的)不忠实,不贞行为…
(Definition of infidelity from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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