- v.欺骗，哄骗( cheat的过去式和过去分词 ); （尤指在游戏、比赛、考试等中）欺诈; 作弊; 已婚或有固定性伙伴的人与他人有秘密性关系;
Swindlers have cheated investors out of £2 million.
They were full of righteous indignation at the thought of being cheated.
The farmer felt the cow, went away, returned, sorely perplexed, always afraid of being cheated.
那农民摸摸那头牛, 走了又回来, 犹豫不决, 总怕上当受骗.
Jim said that his brother had cheated at cards.
He cheated me, but I'll get even with him one day.
He cheated her of money.
The profiteers cheated people right and left.
He hinted that I was being cheated.
The criminal cheated the law by suicide.
My sister still claims she cheated on us at cards, but I know better.
The storyline is fatally compromised by an ending that leaves you feeling horribly cheated.
He cheated death when he was rescued from the roof of his blazing cottage.
A fight broke out because that scumbag cheated at poker.
That man cheated my family. Now I am going to get even.
He raised Cain when he found he had been cheated.
Whether we've been suffer from, lied to, misled, or cheated on, there are different levels of losing trust.
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