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Detailed Synonyms for cheating in English

cheating:

cheating [the ~] noun

  1. the cheating
    the lie
    – a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth 1
    • lie [the ~] noun
    the deceit; the deception; the falsehood; the untruth; the cheating; the fooling
  2. the cheating
    the deception; the deceit; the fraud; the cheating; the swindling; the double-cross
  3. the cheating
    the fraud; the malversations; the embezzlement; the malversation; the corruption; the defalcation; the swindling; the swindle; the fencing; the cheating; the corruptions
  4. the cheating
    the fraud; the swindling; the cheating; the mess
  5. the cheating
    the cheating; the deceit; the trickery
  6. the cheating
    – a deception for profit to yourself 1
    the cheat; the cheating
    – a deception for profit to yourself 1

cheating

  1. cheating

cheating adj

  1. cheating
    – violating accepted standards or rules 1
    foul; dirty; cheating; unsporting; unsportsmanlike
    – violating accepted standards or rules 1
  2. cheating
    – not faithful to a spouse or lover 1
    cheating; adulterous; two-timing
    – not faithful to a spouse or lover 1

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Related Definitions for "cheating":

  1. violating accepted standards or rules1
  2. not faithful to a spouse or lover1
  3. a deception for profit to yourself1

cheating form of cheat:

to cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)

  1. to cheat
    to deceive; to cheat; to swindle; to hoodwink; woodwink; to diddle
    • deceive verb (deceives, deceived, deceiving)
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
    • swindle verb (swindles, swindled, swindling)
    • hoodwink verb (hoodwinks, hoodwinked, hoodwinking)
    • woodwink verb
    • diddle verb (diddles, diddled, diddling)
  2. to cheat
    to cheat; to trick; to fool
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
    • trick verb (tricks, tricked, tricking)
    • fool verb (fools, fooled, fooling)
  3. to cheat
    to cheat; to swindle; to con
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
    • swindle verb (swindles, swindled, swindling)
    • con verb (cons, conned, conning)
  4. to cheat
    to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • Don't lie to your parents1
      • She lied when she told me she was only 291
    to dodge; to cheat
    • dodge verb (dodges, dodged, dodging)
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
  5. to cheat
    to spoof; to trick; to gull; to cheat
    • spoof verb (spoofs, spoofed, spoofing)
    • trick verb (tricks, tricked, tricking)
    • gull verb (gulls, gulled, gulling)
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
  6. to cheat
    – defeat someone through trickery or deceit 1
    screw; to cheat; jockey; chicane; shaft; chouse
    – defeat someone through trickery or deceit 1
  7. to cheat
    – deprive somebody of something by deceit 1
    to cheat; chisel; to rip off
    – deprive somebody of something by deceit 1
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
      • we were cheated by their clever-sounding scheme1
    • chisel verb
      • They chiseled me out of my money1
    • rip off verb (rips off, ripped off, ripping off)
  8. to cheat
    – engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud 1
    to cheat; chisel
    – engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud 1
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
    • chisel verb
      • Who's chiseling on the side?1
  9. to cheat
    – be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage 1
    to wander; to cheat; to betray; cuckold; cheat on
    – be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage 1
    • wander verb (wanders, wandered, wandering)
      • Might her husband be wandering?1
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
      • She cheats on her husband1
    • betray verb (betraies, betrayed, betraying)
    • cuckold verb !
    • cheat on verb

Conjugations for cheat:

present
  1. cheat
  2. cheat
  3. cheats
  4. cheat
  5. cheat
  6. cheat
simple past
  1. cheated
  2. cheated
  3. cheated
  4. cheated
  5. cheated
  6. cheated
present perfect
  1. have cheated
  2. have cheated
  3. has cheated
  4. have cheated
  5. have cheated
  6. have cheated
past continuous
  1. was cheating
  2. were cheating
  3. was cheating
  4. were cheating
  5. were cheating
  6. were cheating
future
  1. shall cheat
  2. will cheat
  3. will cheat
  4. shall cheat
  5. will cheat
  6. will cheat
continuous present
  1. am cheating
  2. are cheating
  3. is cheating
  4. are cheating
  5. are cheating
  6. are cheating
subjunctive
  1. be cheated
  2. be cheated
  3. be cheated
  4. be cheated
  5. be cheated
  6. be cheated
diverse
  1. cheat!
  2. let's cheat!
  3. cheated
  4. cheating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

cheat [the ~] noun

  1. the cheat
    the blackmail; the cheat
  2. the cheat
    the circumventer; the swindler; the cheat; the con man
  3. the cheat
    the deceiver; the misleader; the cheat; the circumventer; the con man
  4. the cheat
    – a deception for profit to yourself 1
    the cheat; the cheating
    – a deception for profit to yourself 1
  5. the cheat
    – the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme 1
    the cheat; the rig; the swindle
    – the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme 1
  6. the cheat
    – someone who leads you to believe something that is not true 1
    the cheat; the deceiver; the trickster; the cheater; the slicker; the beguiler
    – someone who leads you to believe something that is not true 1
  7. the cheat
    – weedy annual native to Europe but widely distributed as a weed especially in wheat 1
    the cheat; the Bromus secalinus; the chess
    – weedy annual native to Europe but widely distributed as a weed especially in wheat 1
  8. the cheat
    – weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land; seeds sometimes considered poisonous 1
    the cheat; the tare; the darnel; the Lolium temulentum; the bearded darnel
    – weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land; seeds sometimes considered poisonous 1

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Related Definitions for "cheat":

  1. a deception for profit to yourself1
  2. the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme1
  3. someone who leads you to believe something that is not true1
  4. weedy annual native to Europe but widely distributed as a weed especially in wheat1
  5. weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land; seeds sometimes considered poisonous1
  6. defeat someone through trickery or deceit1
  7. deprive somebody of something by deceit1
    • we were cheated by their clever-sounding scheme1
  8. engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud1
  9. be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage1
    • She cheats on her husband1

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