play someone false

play someone false
play someone false
To act falsely or treacherously towards a person
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deceive or cheat someone
prove treacherous or deceitful toward someone

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  • false — /fɔls / (say fawls), /fɒls / (say fols) adjective (falser, falsest) 1. not true or correct; erroneous: a false statement; a false accusation. 2. uttering or declaring what is untrue: false prophets; a false witness. 3. deceitful; treacherous;… …  

  • false — adjective 1》 not according with truth or fact.     ↘invalid or illegal: false imprisonment. 2》 deliberately intended to deceive.     ↘artificial. 3》 not actually so; illusory.     ↘used in names of plants, animals, and gems that superficially… …   English new terms dictionary

  • false — [[t]fɔls[/t]] adj. fals•er, fals•est, adv. 1) not true or correct; erroneous; wrong: a false statement[/ex] 2) uttering or declaring what is untrue; lying: a false witness[/ex] 3) not faithful or loyal; treacherous; hypocritical: a false… …   From formal English to slang

  • false — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [ Said of persons ] Syn. perfidious, faithless, treacherous, unfaithful, disloyal, dishonest, lying, untruthful, base, hypocritical, double dealing, knavish, roguish, malevolent, rascally, scoundrelly, mean, malicious,… …   English dictionary for students

  • play false — verb conceal one s true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end He bamboozled his professors into thinking that he knew the subject well • Syn: ↑bamboozle, ↑snow, ↑hoodwink, ↑pull the wool over someone …   Useful english dictionary

  • Spider's Web (play) — Infobox Play name = Spider s Web image size = writer = Agatha Christie date of premiere = September 27, 1954 Country of Origin = United Kingdom original language = English Spider s Web is a 1954 play by crime writer Agatha Christie. BackgroundIt… …   Wikipedia

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