In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(deceive)estafarengañartimarto cheat sb ( out ) of sth
- they were cheated (out) of their land — los estafaron / engañaron / timaron quitándoles las tierras
2(avoid)burlarhe cheated death yet again — burló a la muerte una vez más literario
1(act deceitfully)hacer trampasto cheat at cards — hacer trampa(s) jugando a las cartas
- to cheat on / in an exam — hacer trampa / copiar(se) (en un examen)
- he cheated on his income tax — hizo trampas en la declaración de la renta
2(be unfaithful)to cheat on sb — engañar a algn
1masculino estafadorfemenino estafadoramasculino tramposo España coloquialfemenino tramposa España coloquialmasculino fulero España coloquialfemenino fulera España coloquialmasculino tramposofemenino tramposa
2(trick, fraud)trampa femeninoestafa femenino
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