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Meaning of “disloyal” - Learner’s Dictionary

disloyal

adjective     /dɪˈslɔɪəl/
not loyal or not supporting someone who you should support: I don't want to be disloyal to my friend.Disloyalty, betrayal and treason
disloyalty noun [U]
They accused her of disloyalty.
Translations of “disloyal”
in Arabic خائن, غادِر…
in Korean 불충실한…
in Malaysian tidak setia…
in French déloyal…
in Turkish vefasız, sadakatsiz…
in Italian sleale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不忠誠的,背叛的…
in Russian нелояльный, неверный…
in Polish nielojalny…
in Vietnamese không trung thành…
in Spanish desleal…
in Portuguese desleal, infiel…
in Thai ทรยศ…
in German treulos…
in Catalan deslleial…
in Japanese 不誠実な…
in Indonesian tidak setia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不忠诚的,背叛的…
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