It was not a surveillance device that could betray intrusion or malpractice on the flight deck.
They've allowed corrupt politicians and judges to betray the voters, rewarding them for their betrayal.
Over a sustained period of time you are always going to betray yourself.
He knew Richardson, his fellow Bay Stater, was a man of rectitude who would never, ever betray his trust with Cox.
But the process also requires a leap of faith, with rebels worried that their new charges might betray them.
You have us in your power, and you can betray us to the Danites, if you choose.
Then he unlatched the window and left it, hoping that it would not blow open and betray him.
Looking eagerly into a book did not betray one who could not read.
"She can hardly be the same," said Paul, not wishing to betray the lady.
It rather took my breath away, but I tried not to betray the fact.
late 13c., bitrayen "mislead, deceive, betray," from be- + obsolete Middle English tray, from Old French traine "betrayal, deception, deceit," from trair (Modern French trahir) "betray, deceive," from Latin tradere "hand over," from trans- "across" (see trans-) + dare "to give" (see date (n.1)). Related: Betrayed; betraying.