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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -betraying-, *betraying*, betray
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To stop him from betraying youทำเพื่อให้รู้ว่าฉันรักคุณ Quantum of Solace (2008)
That you were betraying me.นายทรยศฉันไง Day 7: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. (2009)
You're betraying everything that you've ever worked for.นายหักหลังทุกคน เพื่อที่นายทำงานของนายได้ Day 7: 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. (2009)
I'm sorry for betraying you.ฉันขอโทษที่ทรยศนาย Chuck Versus the Best Friend (2009)
How did you betraying me turn into you saving me?นายเปลี่ยนจากการทรยศฉัน กลายเป็นช่วยชีวิตฉันได้ยังไง? Chuck Versus the Best Friend (2009)
I feel, in one way, I'm betraying my queen, but I thought you should know, General.ผมรู้สึกเหมือน มันเป็นทางเดียว ผมหักหลงราชินี แต่ชั้นคิดว่า คุณควรรู้. Princess Protection Program (2009)
HE THINKS YOU'RE IN HERE BETRAYING HIM, SO NOW HE'S ACTIN' OUT. Rossi:บางทีเธออาจจะร้องไห้ อยู่ พ่อคะ ช่วยด้วยๆ ทำไมไม่มาช่วยหนูคะ" Soul Mates (2009)
Do you think Morgan knows that Chuck is betraying the Buy More?นายคิดว่ามอร์แกนรู้มั้ย ว่าชัคกำลังเล่นตุกติกกับบายมอร์ Chuck Versus the Dream Job (2009)
- after all these years, he's been betraying me?เมื่อไม่กี่ปีมานี้ เขาหักหลังผมรึ? Chapter Nine 'Brother's Keeper' (2009)
I mean, if I did find out she was betraying me, I'd probably do something stupid.หมายถึง ถ้าผมพบว่าเธอหักหลังผม ผมคงทำอะไรโง่ๆ The Coffee Cup (2009)
I'd be betraying them.และฉันก็ยังไม่พร้อม The Power of Madonna (2010)
Because I'm truly not ready to do this, I'd be betraying myself.ฉันก็ทรยศตัวเอง The Power of Madonna (2010)

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betrayingHe failed to apologize for betraying our trust.
betrayingThe politician did not bother to apologize for betraying our trust.

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
betraying    (v) (b i1 t r ei1 i ng)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
不見識[ふけんしき, fukenshiki] (adj-na,n) thoughtless; indiscreet; lacking in common sense; rashness; betraying one's lack of judgment (judgement); absurd; undignified; compromising; disgraceful [Add to Longdo]
面従腹背[めんじゅうふくはい, menjuufukuhai] (n) pretending to obey but secretly betraying (someone) [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Betray \Be*tray"\ (b[-e]*tr[=a]"), v. t. [imp. & p. p.
     {Betrayed} (-tr[=a]d"); p. pr. & vb. n. {Betraying}.] [OE.
     betraien, bitraien; pref. be- + OF. tra["i]r to betray, F.
     trahir, fr. L. tradere. See {Traitor}.]
     1. To deliver into the hands of an enemy by treachery or
        fraud, in violation of trust; to give up treacherously or
        faithlessly; as, an officer betrayed the city.
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              Jesus said unto them, The Son of man shall be
              betrayed into the hands of men.       --Matt. xvii.
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     2. To prove faithless or treacherous to, as to a trust or one
        who trusts; to be false to; to deceive; as, to betray a
        person or a cause.
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              But when I rise, I shall find my legs betraying me.
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     3. To violate the confidence of, by disclosing a secret, or
        that which one is bound in honor not to make known.
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              Willing to serve or betray any government for hire.
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     4. To disclose or discover, as something which prudence would
        conceal; to reveal unintentionally.
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              Be swift to hear, but cautious of your tongue, lest
              you betray your ignorance.            --T. Watts.
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     5. To mislead; to expose to inconvenience not foreseen to
        lead into error or sin.
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              Genius . . . often betrays itself into great errors.
                                                    --T. Watts.
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     6. To lead astray, as a maiden; to seduce (as under promise
        of marriage) and then abandon.
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     7. To show or to indicate; -- said of what is not obvious at
        first, or would otherwise be concealed.
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              All the names in the country betray great antiquity.
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