disloyalty

英 [dɪs'lɒɪ(ə)ltɪ] 美
  • n. 不忠实;不义,不贞;背信弃义
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disloyalty (n.)
early 15c., from Middle French desloyaulte, from Old French desloiaute, desleauté "disloyalty, faithlessness, marital infidelity," from desloial (see disloyal). Especially of allegiance to a state or sovereign since c. 1600.
1. Charges had already been made against certain officials suspected of disloyalty.
对某些有不忠嫌疑的官员已经提起了诉讼。

来自柯林斯例句

2. Only death could have forced that disloyalty from Melanie.
只有死亡才迫使媚兰说出了对他的批评.

来自飘(部分)

3. He hated happiness bought with disloyalty and cruelty and indifference.
他憎恨用不忠、残忍和冷漠换来的幸福.

来自辞典例句

4. They may even accuse the child of disloyalty.
他们甚至责备孩子不忠诚.

来自辞典例句

5. With such a state of national unity the problem of disloyalty or isolationism scarcely existed.
有了这样全国团结的局面,不忠贞和孤立主义问题就几乎不存在了.

来自辞典例句

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