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treasonous

  • 1 traidor

    adj.
    1 treacherous, traitor, backstabbing, disloyal.
    2 treacherous, traitorous.
    m.
    1 traitor, snake in the grass, betrayer, double-crosser.
    2 backstabber.
    * * *
    1 treacherous
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 traitor
    * * *
    traidor, -a
    1.
    ADJ [persona] treacherous; [acto] treasonable
    2.
    SM / F traitor/traitress; (Teat) villain
    * * *
    I
    - dora adjetivo traitorous, treacherous
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino traitor
    * * *
    = treasonable, traitor, betrayer, snake in the grass, backstabber.
    Ex. Printers or publishers were sometimes shy of giving their real names -- usually because a book was treasonable, or libellous, or a piracy -- and for similar reasons they might give a false place of publication and a false date.
    Ex. President Fidel Castro denounced the independent librarians, along with other dissidents, as traitors who have conspired with U.S. diplomats to undermine Cuba's national sovereignty.
    Ex. Little did the betrayer know that the kiss of Judas would become a proverb in every nation.
    Ex. You can fend off a danger which you can see, but you are more liable to be taken unawares and be bitten by a snake in the grass.
    Ex. They won't change, because backstabber behavior has worked for them in the past.
    * * *
    I
    - dora adjetivo traitorous, treacherous
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino traitor
    * * *
    = treasonable, traitor, betrayer, snake in the grass, backstabber.

    Ex: Printers or publishers were sometimes shy of giving their real names -- usually because a book was treasonable, or libellous, or a piracy -- and for similar reasons they might give a false place of publication and a false date.

    Ex: President Fidel Castro denounced the independent librarians, along with other dissidents, as traitors who have conspired with U.S. diplomats to undermine Cuba's national sovereignty.
    Ex: Little did the betrayer know that the kiss of Judas would become a proverb in every nation.
    Ex: You can fend off a danger which you can see, but you are more liable to be taken unawares and be bitten by a snake in the grass.
    Ex: They won't change, because backstabber behavior has worked for them in the past.

    * * *
    treacherous, traitorous ( arch hum)
    masculine, feminine
    traitor traidor A algo traitor TO sth
    es un traidor a su patria/la causa he is a traitor to his country/the cause
    * * *

    traidor
    ◊ - dora adjetivo

    traitorous, treacherous
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    traitor;
    traidor a algo traitor to sth
    traidor,-ora
    I adjetivo treacherous
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino traitor

    ' traidor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    traidora
    English:
    fifth-columnist
    - traitor
    - treacherous
    * * *
    traidor, -ora
    adj
    1. [persona] [contra amigos, camaradas] treacherous;
    [contra el Estado] treasonous
    2. [tiempo, corriente] treacherous, dangerous
    3. [gesto, lágrimas] revealing, telltale
    nm,f
    traitor;
    es un traidor a la patria he's a traitor to his country
    * * *
    I adj treacherous
    II m, traidora f traitor
    * * *
    traidor, - dora adj
    : traitorous, treasonous
    : traitor
    * * *
    traidor n traitor

    Spanish-English dictionary > traidor

  • 2 traicionera

    adj.&f.
    treasonous, treasonable.
    * * *

    traicionero,-a adjetivo treacherous

    Spanish-English dictionary > traicionera

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Treasonous — Trea son*ous, a. Treasonable. Shak. [1913 Webster] The treasonous book of the Court of King James. Pepys. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • treasonous — index disobedient, faithless, false (disloyal), insubordinate, perfidious Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • treasonous — (adj.) mid 15c., from TREASON (Cf. treason) + OUS (Cf. ous). Related: Treasonously …   Etymology dictionary

  • treasonous — [adj] disloyal apostate, betraying, double crossing, faithless, insubordinate, mutinous, perfidious, recreant, subversive, traitorous, treacherous, treasonable, two faced*, two timing, undutiful, unfaithful, unpatriotic, untrue, wormlike; concept …   New thesaurus

  • treasonous — [trē′zə nəs] adj. treasonable; traitorous …   English World dictionary

  • treasonous — adj. treasonous to + inf. (it is treasonous to deal with the enemy during wartime) * * * treasonous to + inf. (it is treasonous to deal with the enemy during wartime) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • treasonous — adjective Like or in the way of treason. His treasonous actions earned Benedict Arnold eternal scorn. Syn: traitorous …   Wiktionary

  • treasonous — treason (also high treason) ► NOUN ▪ the crime of betraying one s country, especially by attempting to kill or overthrow the sovereign or government. DERIVATIVES treasonable adjective treasonous adjective. ORIGIN Old French treisoun, from Latin… …   English terms dictionary

  • treasonous — adjective Date: 1593 treasonable …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • treasonous — treasonously, adv. /tree zeuh neuhs/, adj. treasonable. [1585 95; TREASON + OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • treasonous — I (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. betraying, traitorous, seditious, subversive, disloyal, treacherous, *backstab bing, insubordinate, rebellious, mutinous. ANT.: loyal, patriotic, faithful II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Involving or… …   English dictionary for students

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