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sell-out

noun [C usually singular] (BROKEN PROMISE) 食言     /ˈsel.aʊt/ disapproving
when someone does not do what they have promised to do or what they should do 背叛;出賣 Most of the workers see the union agreement as a sell-out. 大多數工人覺得工會協定是一種背叛。 Disloyalty, betrayal and treason
Translations of “sell-out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 食言, 背叛, 出卖…
(Definition of sell-out noun (BROKEN PROMISE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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