Traducción de cheat en español:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (deceive) estafar, engañar, timarto cheat sb (
out) of sth they were cheated (out) of their land los estafaron or engañaron or timaron quitándoles las tierrasExample sentences1.2 (avoid) burlar he cheated death yet again [literary/literario] burló a la muerte una vez más [literary/literario]
- He has been painted by the Western press as a drunk, a psychotic, an unreconstructed Stalinist, and a guy who cheats at golf.
- It's essentially telling them, either the state is over its head, or it simply is cheating and being dishonest.
- And as long as the financial rewards for success are so lucrative there will always be an incentive to cheat in order to gain any advantage.
- The 86-year-old had already cheated death several times.
- But a Yorkshire honeymoon couple yesterday told how they cheated death - because they were too tired to go out after spending the day sightseeing.
- A miracle baby who cheated death after being born four months early is today a ‘happy and healthy’ boy who has just celebrated his first birthday.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (act deceitfully) hacer* trampas to cheat at cards hacer* trampa(s) jugando a las cartas to cheat on o (British English/inglés británico) in an exam hacer* trampa or copiar(se) (en un examen) he cheated on his income tax hizo trampas en la declaración de la renta 1.2 (be unfaithful) to cheat
onsb engañar a algnExample sentences
- Of course, one of the women was also cheating on her lover with a man, which so infuriated her lover that it resulted in one woman killing the other in a jealous rage.
- Another guy I know was cheating on his wife, but ultimately broke off the affair and went back to her.
- Well, I found out his girlfriend's e-mail address, and under a false name I told her that her boyfriend had been cheating on her with me and a bunch of other girls.
- 1.1( (in American English also/en inglés norteamericano también) cheater /ˈtʃiːtər; ˈtʃiːtə(r)/)(swindler) estafador, (masculine, feminine); (at cards) tramposo, (masculine, feminine), fulero, (masculine, feminine) (Spain/España) [colloquial/familiar]; (in exam) tramposo, (masculine, feminine) 1.2 (trick, fraud) trampa (feminine), estafa (feminine)
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