- n.不忠实; 不信; 不义; 背信弃义
- 形容词: disloyal;
Charges had already been made against certain officials suspected of disloyalty.
He hated happiness bought with disloyalty and cruelty and indifference.
With such a state of national unity the problem of disloyalty or isolationism scarcely existed.
The defeats and final failure had been due to others - to their " disloyalty and betrayal ".
失败和最后的溃败则应归咎于别人,归咎于他们的 “ 不忠和背叛. ”
Disloyalty and betrayal have undermined resistance throughout the war.
I was stabbed to the heart by his disloyalty.
Yes, loyalty is always needed. But sometimes disloyalty is also his loyalty.
He was dismayed to learn of their disloyalty.
They may even accuse them of disloyalty.
In France, yellow flowers symbolize disloyalty.
His, disloyalty stabbed me to the heart.
They may even accuse them of disloyalty, or make some spiteful remark about the friends'parents.
They may even accuse the child of disloyalty.
1. the quality of being disloyal