listen to the pronunciation of treason
Englisch - Türkisch
vatan hainliği

Askeri sırları ülkenin düşmanlarına satmak vatan hainliğidir. - It is an act of treason to sell military secrets to your country's enemies.

Bay Başkan yaptığın şey vatan hainliğidir! - Mr. President, what you are doing is treason!

ülkesine ihanet
{i} vatana ihanet

O, vatana ihanet suçundan bir adaya sürgün edildi. - He was exiled to an island for the crime of high treason.

O vatana ihanet için bir adaya sürüldü. - He was banished to an island for high treason.

{i} hainlik

Düşmana yardım ve yataklık etmek, hainlik olarak kabul edilir. - Aiding and abetting the enemy is considered treason.

(Askeri) VATANA İHANET: Bir kimsenin kendi yurduna karşı savaşmak veya memleketinin düşmanlarına yardımda bulunmak suretiyle işlediği suç

Tom Jackson ihanet nedeniyle idam edildi. - Tom Jackson was executed for treason.

Hatta bazıları onu ihanetle suçladı. - Some even accused him of treason.

treason felony
darbe girişimi
high treason
ağır ihanet
high treason

O vatana ihanet için bir adaya sürüldü. - He was banished to an island for high treason.

O, vatana ihanet suçundan bir adaya sürgün edildi. - He was exiled to an island for the crime of high treason.

High Treason
(Tarih) İhanet-i Vataniyye, devlete ihanet, vatana ihanet
construction treason
(Politika, Siyaset) ağır hıyanet
high treason
devlete ihanet
Englisch - Englisch
The crime of betraying one’s government

Formerly, the punishment for high treason was of a most barbarous character…. Women were burnt. A male traitor was dragged or drawn to the place of execution and hanged; but while still alive, he was cut down and disembowelled. His head was then severed from his body which was quartered. The head and quarters, which were at the Kings disposal, were usually exposed in some conspicuous place—the Temple Bar being a favourite spot—after being boiled in salt to prevent putrification and in cumin seed to prevent birds feasting on them..

Providing aid and comfort to the enemy
1 Violation of allegiance toward one's country or sovereign, especially the betrayal of one's country by waging war against it or by consciously and purposely acting to aid its enemies 2 A betrayal of trust or confidence Middle English, from Anglo-Norman treason, from Latin trâditio, trâdition-, a handing over See tradition ]
{i} betrayal; the offense of trying to overthrow one's government or harm its leader
{n} the highest crime against a state, including a violation of allegiance and an attempt to overthrow the government; it has different senses in different countries
disloyalty by virtue of subversive behavior
The offense of attempting to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance, or of betraying the state into the hands of a foreign power; disloyalty; treachery
a crime that undermines the offender's government
The greatest crime under British law, "a higher offence than a felony" Treason involved levying war against the Queen with the aim of subverting Her authority or forcing a change in policy Preparing an insurrection (such as drilling armed forces, stockpiling arms and ammunition, and so on) was also included in this
a crime that undermines the offender's government disloyalty by virtue of subversive behavior
A crime against the government of a country When citizens of a country try to set up their own government and get rid of the government in power, they are often charged with treason
Loosely, the betrayal of any trust or confidence; treachery; perfidy
Treason is the crime of betraying your country, for example by helping its enemies or by trying to remove its government using violence. the crime of being disloyal to your country or its government, especially by helping its enemies or trying to remove the government using violence treason against (traison, from traditio , from tradere; TRAITOR). Offense of attempting to overthrow the government of one's country or of assisting its enemies in war. In the U.S., the framers of the Constitution defined treason narrowly as the levying of war against the U.S. or the giving of aid and comfort to its enemies in order to lessen the possibility that those in power might falsely or loosely charge their political opponents with treason. See also sedition
Killing the sovereign, making war against the sovereign or instigating a foreigner to make an armed invasion, or having sexual intercourse with the wife of a sovereign •Time Limits in Criminal Matters
plotting against a ruler or government; someone who commits treason is called a traitor
The crime of betraying one's government
an act of deliberate betrayal
high treason
Criminal disloyalty to one's country
high treason
treachery against the state, attempt to overthrow the government to which one owes allegiance
high treason
a crime that undermines the offender's government
high treason
High treason is a very serious crime which involves putting your country or its head of state in danger. Treason against one's country or sovereign. the crime of putting your country in great danger, for example by giving military secrets to the enemy
plural of treason