Cross and Rat on


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Cross verb – To be unfaithful or disloyal to.
Usage example: people who cross the local mob boss usually are found floating in the river

Rat on and cross are semantically related In some cases you can use "Rat on" instead a verb "Cross".
Nearby Words: crossing, crossed, crossbar, crosscut, crossover
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Rat on verb – To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Usage example: how much—or how little—did the fuzz have to pay you to rat on us?

Cross and rat on are semantically related in betray topic. Sometimes you can use "Cross" instead a verb "Rat on".
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  • As well as Hogswatchnight, Discworld has the Soul Cake Days, which are a sort of cross between Hallowe'en (festivities include trickle-treating and sticky toffee rat on a stick) and Easter (the wizards used to roll boiled eggs down the Tump, and the Soul Cake Tuesday Duck lays chocolate eggs).
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