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Double cross

DEFINITION

Betray. Take advantage; untrustworthy. (Compare to Stab in the back.)

“I asked my friend to help me get a date with this girl at school, but he double crossed me by going out with her instead.”

“My co-worker is a double-crossing liar who told the boss our report was late because it was my fault, not his, .”

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