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  • 1 customers were cheated by unscrupulous retailers
    swindle, defraud, deceive, trick, dupe, hoodwink, double-cross, gull;
    exploit, take advantage of, victimize
    informal do, diddle, rip off, con, bamboozle, rob, fleece, shaft, sting, have, bilk, rook, gyp, finagle, flimflam, put one over on, pull a fast one on, take for a ride, lead up the garden path, sell down the river, pull the wool over someone's eyes
    North American informal sucker, snooker, goldbrick, gouge, stiff, give someone a bum steer
    Australian informal pull a swifty on
    British informal , dated rush
    archaic cozen, chicane, sell
    rare illude, mulct
  • 2 she cheated Ryan out of his fortune
    deprive of, deny, prevent from gaining, preclude from gaining;
  • 3 a schoolboy cheated death when he was struck by lightning
    avoid, escape, evade, elude, steer clear of, dodge, duck, miss, sidestep, bypass, skirt, shun, eschew;
    foil, frustrate, thwart, baulk, defeat
  • 4 sixty per cent of husbands have cheated at least once
    commit adultery, be unfaithful, stray, be untrue, be inconstant, be false
    informal two-time, play away, play around
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  • 1 he called the principal witness a liar and a cheat
    informal conman, con artist, shark, sharper, phoney, hustler, flimflammer, flimflam man
    British informal twister
    North American informal grifter, bunco artist, gold brick, chiseller
    Australian informal shicer, magsman, illywhacker
    South African informal schlenter
  • 2 Is there a sure cheat for generating cash?
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