la infidelidad
-the infidelity
See the entry for infidelidad.


A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
feminine noun
1. (towards one's partner)
a. infidelity
Mi esposa y yo hicimos terapia de pareja para discutir cómo abordar la infidelidad.My wife and I went to couple's counseling to discuss how to deal with infidelity.
b. unfaithfulness
Lucía se divorció porque no pudo perdonar la infidelidad de su esposo.Lucia got a divorce because she couldn't forgive her husband's unfaithfulness.
2. (towards one's country and friends)
a. disloyalty
Si alzas la voz en contra de esta guerra, podrían acusarte de infidelidad.If you raise your voice against this war, you might be accussed of disloyalty.
b. unfaithfulness
Jamás hubiera esperado un acto de infidelidad de un amigo cercano.I would have never expected an act of unfaithfulness from such a close friend.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (conyugal)
a. infidelity
2. (a la patria, un amigo)
a. unfaithfulness, disloyalty
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1 (en pareja) infidelity; unfaithfulness
infidelidad conyugal marital infidelity
2 (Religión) unbelief; lack of faith
3 (conjunto de infieles) unbelievers
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