過去式：betrayed 過去分詞：betrayed 現在分詞：betraying
- 1. 背叛 to feel betrayed 感到被出賣了
- 2. 洩露
- 3. 暴露
- 4. 辜負; 違背
1. expose (one's country, a group, or a person) to danger by treacherously giving information to an enemy
2. treacherously reveal (information)
「1. expose (one's country, a group, or a person) to danger by treacherously giving information to an enemy」的反義字
「2. treacherously reveal (information)」的反義字
Leave adequate leeway, woolly-headed, never betray留下足夠的餘地，頭腦糊塗的、絕不背叛 woolly-headed : 1. ...
...rigidity of Wilson's position was always betrayed by his refusal to compromise after having initially...這句要將「說一不二」和「反覆態度」對比出來，betrayed 才有意義： The actual rigidity of Wilson...
To betray your own parents for money, that was the ugliest thing I've ever seen! 沒有完全照文字翻，但照意思翻就是說： 為了錢而背叛自己的父母，那是我看過最醜惡的事！