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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.
(Definition of treacherous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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