1. I
be given to cheating быть склонным /иметь склонность/ к мошенничеству /обману/; don't -! не жульничай!
2. III
cheat smb. cheat people (customers, one's partners, etc.) обманывать /надувать/ людей и т. д.', cheat the customs обойти /обмануть/ таможенников, провезти недозволенные вещи /товары/
3. XI
be cheated be careful /mind/ you're not cheated смотрите, чтобы вас не обманули (не обсчитали, не обвесили и т. п.); be cheated out of smth. be cheated out of one's rights (out of one's previliges, out of one's legacy, out of one's share, etc.) обманным путем /хитростью/ лишать кого-л. его прав и т. д.; she was cheated out of a lot of money у нее выманили много денег; be cheated into doing smth. he was cheated into coming back (into staying, into marrying her, etc.) его хитростью /обманом/ заставили вернуться и т. д.
4. XVI
cheat at /in/ smth. cheat at /in/ play (at cards, in a contest, etc.) мошенничать в игре и т. д.; cheat in commerce нечестно веста дела; cheat at school (at /in/ one's lessons, at /in/ one's examinations, etc.) мошенничать /обманывать, списывать и т. д./ в школе и т. д.
5. XXI1
cheat smb. by smth. cheat smb. by one's appearance (by false pretences, etc.) обманывать кого-л. своим внешним видом и т. д., cheat smb. into smth. cheat smb. into marriage (into the affair, into the belief that..., etc.) обманным путем заставить кого-л. жениться и т. д.; cheat smb. out of smth. cheat smb. out of his money (out of one's property, etc.) хитростью выманить у кого-л. деньги и т. д.; cheat smb. out of ten francs обмануть /надуть/ кого-л. на десять франков
cheat smb. into doing smth. cheat smb. into coming back (into giving his consent to the plan, into paying the money, etc.) обманным путем заставить кого-л. вернуться и т. д.', she cheated him into marrying her она обманом /хитростью/ женила его на себе

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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