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infidelitynoun [C/U]

 us   /ˌɪn·fəˈdel·ɪ·t̬i/
the ​act of having ​sex with someone who is not ​yourhusband or ​wife
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infidelitynoun [C or U]

uk   /ˌɪn.fɪˈdel.ə.ti/  us   /ˌɪn.fəˈdel.ə.t̬i/
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Translations of “infidelity”
in Korean 부정…
in Arabic خِيانة…
in Malaysian tidak jujur…
in French infidélité…
in Russian неверность, измена…
in Chinese (Traditional) (夫婦間的)不忠實,不貞行為…
in Italian infedeltà…
in Turkish vefasızlık, sadakatsizlik, ihanet…
in Polish niewierność, zdrada…
in Spanish infidelidad…
in Vietnamese không chung thuỷ…
in Portuguese infidelidade…
in Thai การนอกใจ…
in German die Untreue…
in Catalan infidelitat…
in Japanese 不貞…
in Chinese (Simplified) (夫妇间的)不忠实,不贞行为…
in Indonesian ketidaksetiaan…
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