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Spanish translation of “betray”

betray

verb /biˈtrei/
to act disloyally or treacherously towards (especially a person who trusts one)
traicionar
He betrayed his own brother (to the enemy).
to give away (a secret etc)
revelar, delatar
Never betray a confidence!
to show (signs of)
revelar, delatar
Her pale face betrayed her fear.
betrayal noun
traición
He was deeply hurt by the betrayal of his trust by one of his closest friends.
betrayer noun
traidor
He came back to avenge his betrayers.
(Definition of betray from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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