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To do something dishonest

cheat

verb

to behave dishonestly, or to not obey rules, for example in order to win a game or do well in an examination

cheat

verb

to do something that is not correct but makes it easier to succeed

defraud

verb

to get money from a person or organization in a dishonest way

falsify

verb

to change something deliberately in order to trick other people

fake

verb

to make an exact copy of something in order to trick people

compromise

verb

to behave in a way that is not honest by doing things that do not agree with what you previously believed in or tried to achieve

poach

verb

to take something such as an idea that belongs to someone else, especially by using secret or dishonest methods, and use it for your own benefit

fix

verb

to dishonestly arrange something such as a game or election so that it has the result that someone wants

pack

verb

to dishonestly arrange for a lot of people who support your views to be on a committee or in a meeting

copy

verb

to look at someone else’s work and write the same as they have, for example in order to cheat in an examination

kimchi

a Korean dish made from fermented cabbage or other vegetables, garlic and spices

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jones

a compulsive desire for something; an addiction to something

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