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- 1.1 (adultery) infidelidad (feminine)More example sentences1.2 (disloyalty) infidelity (
- Sure, there are drugs and infidelities and deviant sexuality, but that's the exception for this otherwise decent lot.
- Affairs, infidelities, sexual peccadilloes fall generally outside the purview of inquisitive political eyes; at any rate, they do not make for fodder for a dirty election campaign.
- My lovely partner, Patrick, suffered the knowledge of my infidelities and witnessed my mental, physical, and spiritual decay.
tosth/sb) deslealtad (feminine)( para conalgo/algn) 1.3 (inaccurate representation) falta (feminine) de fidelidad
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