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cheating
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Violating accepted standards or rules.
  2. Not faithful to a spouse or lover.
(名) As a noun
  1. A deception for profit to yourself.
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作弊zuòbìto practice fraud; to cheat; to engage in corrupt practices
出老千chū lǎoqiānto cheat (in gambling)
坑骗kēngpiànto cheat; to swindle
dàito cheat; to pretend; to deceive
老千lǎoqiāncheat; swindler (in gambling)
行骗xíngpiànto cheat; to deceive
zhàto cheat; to swindle; to pretend; to feign; to draw somebody out; to try to extract information by deceit or bluff
tuócheat
zuànto cheat; to swindle
赚哄zuànhǒngto cheat; to hoodwink; to defraud
骗徒piàntúcheat; swindler
骗过piànguòto cheat
骗了piànleto cheat; to deceive; to swindle
欺诈qīzhàto cheat
piànto cheat; to swindle; to deceive; to get on (a horse etc) by swinging one leg over
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