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to betray

(Originally published by Nattie on November 16, 2005)
just in case you don’t have a good grasp of the English language and need a refresher course…

Main Entry: be·tray
Pronunciation: bi-‘trA
Function: verb
Etymology: Middle English, from be- + trayen to betray, from Old French traïr, from Latin tradere—more at TRAITOR
transitive senses
1 : to lead astray; especially : SEDUCE
2 : to deliver to an enemy by treachery
3 : to fail or desert especially in time of need
4 a : to reveal unintentionally b : SHOW, INDICATE c : to disclose in violation of confidence
intransitive senses : to prove false

It did not say that you were betrayed if you made some one own up to their responsibilities six months after they left them. Just sayin.
Copyright Natalie Rose York

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