- to cheat sb
- 这样骗人, 真不要脸。
- This cheating is disgraceful.
- 她以撒谎和骗人为乐, 完全没有良心。
- She cheerfully cheats and lies; she's got no conscience at all.
- I would never stoop to cheating.
- That examination was a mockery, they all copied from the books.
- Something intended to deceive; a hoax or fraud.
- John was deceitful even as a child. I knew he would come to no good.
- It's a real sell: the food seems cheap but you pay extra for vegetables.
- Furious at his deceit, she let fly at him with a stream of abuse.
- Deceptive or tending to deceive.
- I couldn't get a permanent job so I had to live by my wits for a couple of years.
- This hair-tonic is a fraud; I'm as bald as ever.
- Believe a woman or an epitaph, or any other thing that's false, before you trust in critics.
- Advertisements for houses for sale often lead buyers on with misleading description.
- A stratagem or trick intended to deceive or ensnare.
- "Hello. I'm a lying grease monkey."