Jan 212015
 

BBC Learning English: The English We Speak – Stab in the back: means he did something bad to you even though you thought you were friends. To stab someone in the back means to betray someone.

Harry and Feifei talk about a violent sounding expression that actually means a friend has said something against you.

 

 

The English We Speak – Stab in the back Transcript Video

 

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