Definition of 'cheat'
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Any test centres which have been found to cheat the system should be closed down. The Sun (2016)She says the cheating and lies have killed her love for me. The Sun (2016)The rest of us have less cash and get called cheats. The Sun (2017)I'm wondering though, what made you cheat if you love him so much? The Sun (2016) Cheating is cheating and he has to choose who he wants to be with. The Sun (2012)You returned my love with cheating and lies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What kind of mind tries to cheat the system? Times, Sunday Times (2012)They will enjoy the sight of a cheat getting his comeuppance. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Tax cheats and benefits cheats both cost taxpayers dear. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Today we also report that the number of benefit cheats being jailed has halved. The Sun (2012)But when should drug cheats be allowed back into the sport they devalued? Times, Sunday Times (2011)No one wants cheats in the sport. The Sun (2009)She lies all the time and cheats at simple games. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We lose more money this way than we do through people cheating on their welfare benefits. The Sun (2012)Undercover surveillance crews are called in by partners who suspect their loved one cheats on them. The Sun (2012)Tougher sanctions will be introduced to hammer those who cheat the system. The Sun (2011)She keeps accusing me of cheating when she gets this way. The Sun (2012)Employers anyway should not buy into schemes to cheat on tax. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She had been accused of acting no better than a benefits cheat. The Sun (2014)One of the problems in using the law for drugs and other cheats is the threshold of proof. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He does not cheat or lie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You've put up with cheating and lies for decades. The Sun (2011) Cheating is cheating, whether with a man or a woman. The Sun (2015)In the pro game that's cheating. Times, Sunday Times (2010)DO you think men or women are more easily deceived by a cheating partner? The Sun (2012)But the two-time world champ insists there are no mental scars and he is still racing without fear despite cheating death. The Sun (2016)He was shot near Sangin - after previously cheating death while playing chess. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'cheat'
British English: cheat /tʃiːt/ NOUN
Someone who is a cheat does not obey a set of rules which they should be obeying.
Cheats will be disqualified.
- American English: cheat
- Arabic: غَشَّاش
- Brazilian Portuguese: impostor
- Chinese: 欺骗
- Croatian: varalica
- Czech: podvodník
- Danish: snyd
- Dutch: bedrieger
- European Spanish: tramposo juego
- Finnish: huijari
- French: tricheur
- German: Betrüger
- Greek: απάτη
- Italian: truffatore
- Japanese: 詐欺師
- Korean: 속임수
- Norwegian: bedrager
- Polish: oszust
- European Portuguese: aldrabão
- Romanian: trișor
- Russian: мошенничество
- Spanish: tramposo
- Swedish: skojare
- Thai: การคดโกง
- Turkish: dolandırıcı
- Ukrainian: шахрай
- Vietnamese: kẻ lừa đảo
British English: cheat /tʃiːt/ VERB
When someone cheats, they do not obey a set of rules which they should be obeying, for example in a game or exam.
Students may be tempted to cheat in order to get into top schools.
- American English: cheat
- Arabic: يَغُشُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: trapacear
- Chinese: 欺骗
- Croatian: varati
- Czech: podvést
- Danish: snyde
- Dutch: valsspelen
- European Spanish: hacer trampa
- Finnish: pettää
- French: tricher
- German: betrügen
- Greek: εξαπατώ
- Italian: truffare
- Japanese: だます
- Korean: 속이다
- Norwegian: jukse
- Polish: oszukać
- European Portuguese: trapacear
- Romanian: a trișa
- Russian: жульничать
- Spanish: hacer trampa
- Swedish: lura
- Thai: ทุจริต
- Turkish: dolandırmak
- Ukrainian: шахраювати
- Vietnamese: lừa đảo
Definition of cheat from the Collins English Dictionary
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