Treason meaning in Bengaliবিশ্বাসঘাতকতা
Definition of Treason
the crime of betraying one's country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.
Prosecutors are demanding life sentences for five suspected militants charged with a crime similar to treason .
Example of Treason
‘The man that hath no music in himself’ (says the Bard), ‘is fit for treasons , stratagems and spoils… Let no such man be trusted.’
A wife who killed her husband did not commit murder - she committed the far worse crime of petty treason .
African-Americans, it is cynically assumed, will remain loyal to the Democrats regardless of the treasons committed against them.
But if this is true, it's hard to imagine anything more sinister or even treasonous - compromising national security because of personal ambition.
doubt is the ultimate treason against faith
Duress has been recognised as a general defence to all crimes except treason and murder.
Equally ominous is the extension of the definition of treason , regarded as one of the most serious political crimes of all.
Everyone knows that murder and manslaughter, kidnapping and terrorism, treason and high treason existed long before today's penal codes.
Following the overthrow of the Raterepublik, he was indicted for high treason but was subsequently acquitted of all charges.
Franco eliminated universal suffrage and viewed any criticism of the regime as treason .