Definición de double-cross en inglés:

double-cross

Saltos de línea: double-cross

verbo

[with object]
Deceive or betray (a person with whom one is supposedly cooperating): he was blackmailed into double-crossing his own government
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • After double-crossing her collaborators, she finds herself desperate to find a passport to get out of France.
  • The source may, more importantly, be double-crossing the spooks.
  • It's his lucky day and he decides to celebrate by double-crossing his colleague.
Sinónimos
betray, cheat, defraud, trick, hoodwink, mislead, deceive, swindle, break one's promise to, be disloyal to, be unfaithful to, break faith with, play false, fail, let down

sustantivo

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A betrayal of someone with whom one is supposedly cooperating: the firm’s representative claimed that the outside deal was a double-cross
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Added to this are all the expected red herrings, betrayals, and double-crosses.
  • The ensuing litany of botched deals, double-crosses and macho showdownery is complicated and, ultimately, exhausting.
  • From there, it spirals into a prism of double-crosses, dirty politics, and police corruption.

Derivativos

double-crosser

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We're involved with double-crosses which double-cross the double-crossers, masquerades, funny costumes, kung-fu jumps, cute bottoms and villains who are revealed suddenly, surprising absolutely no one.
  • The fun of seeing the scammers get scammed and double-crossers double-cross each other is ruined by the nastiness of the characters' behaviour.
  • Blackmail, extortion, informing - and I'd be able to spot the double-crossers before they got to me.

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verb
be of the opinion; think or suppose