In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1traidor masculinotraidora femeninotraitor to sth — traidor a algo
- a traitor to his country/the cause — un traidor a la patria/causa
- a class traitor — un traidor a su clase
- The liars, the traitors, the thugs, and the outlaws cannot be handed the destiny of a nation like India.
- A traitor is a person who betrays someone or something, such as a friend, cause or principle.
- Nothing untoward happened to the traitor until he upped sticks and defected to Moscow.
- My friend thinks we are traitors and sulks and snaps at us if we don't react to situations the same way she does.
- Her family are adamantly opposed to her relationship and friends reject her as a traitor.
- This is not a democratic sport of the people, which has been betrayed by some money-grubbing traitors.
- They are traitors, and we delight in calling them scabs as they drive into work.
- From time to time, every spy agency falls victim to a mole, a traitor, or a double agent.
- The talk was of victories and defeats, of holy war and martyrs, of betrayal and the punishments for traitors to the cause.
- It split the union - he was accused of being a traitor and his followers scabs.
- It dismisses an entire culture in the eastern part of our nation as troublemakers and traitors.
- Insurrectionists, traitors and fifth columnists were a feature of our political landscape.
- They condoned actions such as assassinations, bombs without warnings and the summary execution of informers and traitors.
- It also claimed that only a handful of traitors had collaborated with the Nazis.
- Japanese spies and traitors gathered there and caused a lot of trouble.
- Either way, his fate was sealed: he was executed a few weeks later, his body left hanging from the gallows as a grim warning of the fate of traitors.
- Even my brothers have sent me a number of cruel e-mail accusing me of betraying the family and being a traitor.
- Used to traitors bargaining information for food or freedom, they were caught off balance.
- The traitor will receive the information in the most discreet way possible.
- It is an age-old tactic of fascists to target trade unionists and label them a fifth column or traitors.
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