cheatverb [I or T]uk /tʃiːt/ us /tʃiːt/
- They set up a double-cross to cheat him of his money.
- He wouldn't scruple to cheat his own mother if there was money in it for him.
- He'd do anything to cover his ass, including lie, cheat and murder.
- The winner has been disqualified for cheating, so justice has been done .
- There were instances of brazen cheating in the exams.