Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Betray"

The meaning of "Betray" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does betrayed me mean?
A: Betrayed means to consciously act against someone who trusts you.
Q: What does betrayed mean?
A: betray - traicionar
betrayed - traicionado
Q: What does betrayed mean?
A: thank you 😊
Q: What does He betrayed them mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does betray one's presence mean?
A: To betray one's presence is to show anyone around where you are, assuming they didn't already know.
For example:
"He had been perfectly silent and still, watching the two of them from the doorway. The only thing that betrayed his presence was the large grumble from his stomach."
^ This means the man was hiding, or otherwise unnoticed. But the noise from his stomach made the two people he was watching notice he was there.

Example sentences using "Betray"

Q: Please show me example sentences with betray.
A: The soldier told the enemy the plans and betrayed his king
Q: Please show me example sentences with betray.
A: I betray my family just to show how much I love you.

Q: Please show me example sentences with betray .
A: “Please don’t betray me.”
“I won’t ever betray you.”
“He would never do that. He’s too nice to betray you.”
“He was betrayed by his friend.”

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Q: Please show me example sentences with to betray .
A: √ I feel betrayed.
√ You've betrayed us all.
√ I'd never betray you.
√ The friend I trusted betrayed me.
√ You betrayed our trust.
√ He betrayed his own people by supporting the enemy.
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Synonyms of "Betray" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between You never betray and Never you betray ?
A: "Never you betray" is an imperative, an order. I know that because "never" comes before the subject/pronoun.

Usually we say,

"Never betray me" - 'You' is implied /understood, so it's not necessary to say. Notice that the verb (betray) comes before the pronoun. That is how you know it is an imperative.

However,

"Never you betray" - includes "you", which is unusual / poetic. To put the pronoun (you) before the verb is unusual for an imperative form, but because "Never" is first, you can still recognize it as an imperative.

In summary,

"Never betray (me)" is probably the meaning, but it could be "Never betray (our father)", etc, too.

"You never betray (me)" simply describes, it does not order.
Q: What is the difference between betray and treachery ?
A: Betray is a verb and treachery is a noun.

Treachery and betrayal (betrayal is the noun form of betray) are synonyms
Q: What is the difference between ​​I think it unlikely that he would ever betray us. and ​I think it unlikely that he will ever betray us. ?
A: I would say "I think it is unlikely that he will ever betray us"
Q: What is the difference between She cheated on me and betray her groom. and She cheated with me and betray her groom. ?
A: the 1st one you didn't know she was in a relationship with the groom and then you found out. so both you and the groom is in agony. the second one means your a player and you knew she had a fiancé but you don't care cause players want sex
Q: What is the difference between I will never betray you and I will never betray on you ?
A: "You" is the direct object, so no preposition is needed

Translations of "Betray"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say: Who +
- lied?
- lied to her?
- lied for her?
- lied to (protect - save - help - betray) her?
- lied for (protecting - saving - helping - betraying) her
A: this sentence doesn't work: who lied for (protecting - saving - helping - betraying) her
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? betray, loyal, she betrayed me and i still loyal with her
A: "She betrayed me, but I'm still loyal to her."
Use "but" instead of "and" to show opposing sentence phrases.
and "loyal" is almost always followed by "to"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you betray me?
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? betray
A: Do you want me to pronounce it in a voice message?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? betray
A: you just said it

Other questions about "Betray"

Q: How can I even dare imagining that I betray you? I can't.

Is this correct?
A: I would probably phrase this as: “How can I dare to imagine betraying you? I can’t.”
Q: I don’t betray to you ,and I don’t betray to me.

Is the above sentence correct?
A: Verb betray doesn't need "to"
Q: I never thought he would betray me Does this sound natural?
A: Very good! 👍
Q: you always could betray me if you wanted Does this sound natural?
A: You could always betray me if you wanted sounds more natural!

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