US: /ˈtʃit/
UK: /t‍ʃˈiːt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

cheat /tʃi:t/
  • danh từ
    • trò lừa đảo, trò lừa bịp; trò gian lận, ngón gian
    • người lừa đảo, kẻ gian lận; tên cờ bạc bịp, tên cờ bạc gian lận
    • topping cheat
      • (từ lóng) cái giá treo cổ
  • ngoại động từ
    • lừa, lừa đảo (ai)
      • to cheat someone [out] of something: lừa ai để lấy vật gì
    • tiêu, làm tiêu tan (thì giờ, mệt nhọc, bằng cách đi chơi...)
    • nội động từ
      • gian lận; đánh bạc bịp
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) có ngoại tình; ((thường) + on) không chung thuỷ

    Advanced English dictionary

    verb, noun
    + verb
    1 [VN] to trick or deceive sb, especially when they trust you: She is accused of attempting to cheat the taxman. + Many people feel cheated by the government's refusal to hold a referendum. + He cheated his way into the job.
    2 [V] ~ (at sth) to act in a dishonest way in order to gain an advantage, especially in a game, a competition, an exam, etc: He cheats at cards. + You're not allowed to look at the answers-that's cheating. + Anyone caught cheating will be automatically disqualified from the examination.
    3 [V] ~ (on sb) (of sb who is married or who has a regular sexual partner) to have a secret sexual relationship with sb else: He's cheating on his wife.
    Idioms: cheat death (often used in newspapers) to survive in a situation where you could have died
    Phrasal Verbs: cheat sb (out) of sth to prevent sb from having sth, especially in a way that is not honest or fair: They cheated him out of his share of the profits.
    + noun (especially BrE)
    1 (also cheater especially in AmE) [C] a person who cheats, especially in a game: You little cheat! + Are you accusing me of being a cheat? + a plan to crack down on tax cheats
    2 [sing.] something that seems unfair or dishonest, for example a way of doing sth with less effort than it usually needs: It's really a cheat, but you can use ready-made pastry if you want.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 swindler, deceiver, impostor, fraud, faker, fake, swindler, trickster, confidence man, con man, operator, charlatan, mountebank, rogue, shark, Colloq phoney or US also phony, US snake-oil artist:
    It is amazing how many cheats are out there waiting to take advantage of you.
    2 swindle, deceive, bilk, trick, con, take, fleece, defraud, euchre, hoax, hoodwink, Colloq con, take in, rook, flimflam, finagle, diddle, fiddle, move the goalposts, bamboozle, take for a ride; Slang rip off:
    His own solicitor cheated him out of his inheritance. If you paid ten pounds for that painting, you were cheated.

    Concise English dictionary

    +weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land; seeds sometimes considered poisonous
    +weedy annual native to Europe but widely distributed as a weed especially in wheat
    +someone who leads you to believe something that is not true
    +the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme
    +a deception for profit to yourself
    +deprive somebody of something by deceit
    +defeat someone in an expectation through trickery or deceit
    +engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud
    +be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage