Definition of backstab in US English:

backstab

verb

  • See back-stabbing

    • ‘Since the AI hear things and see things, we can try to trick them, for example: throwing a rock will emit some sound that distracts them in order to backstab them silently, or also to attract them into a branch whip.’
    • ‘Believe it or not, I'm not someone who backstabs people.’
    • ‘I was good but I never had that capacity to backstab the people I care about.’
    • ‘One of those bandits was to backstab me, and you stopped him so I could get rid of him.’
    • ‘But before he could do that, he had to backstab me.’

Pronunciation

backstab

/ˈbækˌstæb//ˈbakˌstab/