be-tra'-ers (prodotai, "betrayers," "traitors"): Stephen charged the Jews with being betrayers of the Righteous One (Ac 7:52) i.e. as having made Judas' act their own; compare Lu 6:16: "Judas Iscariot, who became a traitor;" 2Ti 3:4, "traitors."

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