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  • verb
    cheats; cheated; cheating
    [no obj] :to break a rule or law usually to gain an advantage at something
    I had to cheat in order to solve the puzzle. - often + on or at
    [+ obj] to take something from (someone) by lying or breaking a rule
    usually + out of
    to prevent (someone) from having something that he or she deserves or was expecting to get
    usually used in the phrase feel cheated
    [+ obj] :to avoid (something bad, dangerous, etc.) by being clever or lucky
    They tried to cheat fate. [=they took a risk and hoped be lucky]
    cheat on
    [phrasal verb]
    cheat on (someone) informal :to break a promise made to (someone, such as your wife or husband) by having sex with someone else
    plural cheats
    [count] :a person who cheats
    He's a liar and a cheat. [=cheater]