Traducción de "treacherous" - Diccionario Inglés-Español

treacherous

adjective uk /ˈtretʃ.ər.əs/ us /-ɚ-/

If the ground or sea is treacherous, it is extremely dangerous, especially because of bad weather conditions. (of the ground or sea) extremely dangerous, especially because of bad weather conditions

peligroso, traicionero
Snow and ice have left many roads treacherous, and drivers are warned to use caution.

A person who is treacherous deceives someone who trusts them, or has no loyalty. used to describe a person who deceives someone who trusts them, or has no loyalty

traicionero, traidor
Vargas plays the part of a treacherous aristocrat who betrays his king and country.
I feel a bit treacherous to my own sex if I ever make general criticisms of women.

(Traducción de "treacherous" del Diccionario de Cambridge Inglés-Español © Cambridge University Press)

treacherous

adjective /ˈtretʃərəs/

betraying or likely to betray

traicionero
a treacherous person/act.

dangerous

traicionero
The roads are treacherous in winter.
treacherously adverb

traicioneramente
The pavement is treacherously icy.
treacherousness noun

cualidad de traicionero
treachery noun

(an act of) betraying someone; disloyalty

traición
His treachery led to the capture and imprisonment of his friend.

(Traducción de "treacherous" del PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)