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double crosser

A person who has betrayed or swindled friends, allies, colleagues, or associates, or intends to do so. I'll make sure that dirty double crosser never works in this town again, if it's the last thing I do.
See also: crosser, double
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double-crosser

n. a person who betrays someone. (Often with dirty. See comments at double cross.) You dirty, lowdown double-crosser, you!
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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He was very fast down the wing and a good crosser of the ball.
A 'Hot Shot Hamish' free-kick against Newcastle on Wednesday exemplified his supreme dead-ball ability, while Baines (right) is also a wicked crosser of the ball and a reliable, intelligent defensive player.
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Days earlier, another failed crosser was described as "not sorry" when he reached dry land.
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This concept "crosser" is called the XIV-1 and appeared just recently at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
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As such, the Mexican border crosser is situated as an object tied to the physicality of the border, such that any movement away from the border enhances the perception of border crossers as being "out of place." By ascribing social and cultural expression to the border in a tangible geographic space, as well as a visible social element in the built environment, we suggest that border crossing enacts via bodies passing through fences, over walls, and across rivers a rhetorical and metaphorical representation of the border crosser.
Owen said: "Geremi is a fantastic crosser of the ball.
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