Translation of perfidious in Spanish:

perfidious

pérfido, adj.

Pronunciation /pəˈfɪdɪəs//pərˈfɪdiəs/

adjective

literary

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    pérfido literary
    • I refer, of course, not to the evil, perfidious nature of corporate governance because, let's face it, we're all too cowed and defenceless to complain, but to badly dubbed television commercials.
    • If anyone in history has ever emitted a bigger pile of oozing, sanctimonious, unctuous, fetid, perfidious, malodorous offal than this, I'd like to know what it could possibly be.
    • The cause of these antinomies is language, for language, being a useful tool, is also a self-locking instrument - and at the same time a perfidious one, since it tells nothing about when it becomes a pitfall itself.
    • ‘Albion has never seemed so perfidious or so lucky,’ the article begins.
    • She is indifferent, negligent, unfeeling, untrustworthy, and perfidious.