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Translation of "treason" - English-Spanish dictionary

treason

noun /ˈtriːzn/
( also high treason) disloyalty to, or betrayal of, one’s own country
traición
They were convicted of (high) treason.
Translations of “treason”
in Arabic خِيانة عُظْمى…
in Korean 반역죄…
in Malaysian pengkhianatan…
in French trahison…
in Turkish vatan ihanet, vatana ihanet suçu…
in Italian tradimento contro lo stato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 叛國(罪)…
in Russian государственная измена…
in Polish zdrada…
in Vietnamese tội phản quốc…
in Portuguese traição…
in Thai การกบฏ…
in German der Verrat…
in Catalan traïció…
in Japanese (国家に対する)反逆, 裏切り…
in Indonesian pengkhianatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 叛国(罪)…
(Definition of treason from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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