Betray and Quit


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Betray verb – To be unfaithful or disloyal to.
Quit and betray are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Quit" instead a verb "Betray".
Nearby Words: betrayal, betrayer, betraying
Synonyms for Betray


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Quit verb – To give up (a job or office).
Betray and quit are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Betray" instead a verb "Quit".
Nearby Words: quitting, quitter, quits, quitted
Synonyms for Quit

Common collocations

position betray position quit position
group betray group quit group
gang betray gang quit gang
organization betray organization quit organization
Other nouns: team, time, times.

Both words in one sentence

  • Elan successfully persuades her to quit even if he won't be her boyfriend, but she still won't betray Kubota.
  • Video Game / Rise of Nations If you decide to betray them, one of the Warsaw Pact countries will quit and join NATO since it doesn't want to be associated with a liar.
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