cheat at (v.+prep.)
在(比赛等)中捣鬼,作弊 play (a game) unfairly
cheat at sth
Jim said that his brother had cheated at cards.
He was asked to resign from the club when he was discovered cheating at cards.
What a shame to cheat at an examination!
cheat into (v.+prep.)
哄骗 persuade sb by a trick into sth
cheat sb into sth/v-ing
This politician tried to cheat the people into the belief that he would work for public welfare.
He cheated her into believing him a wealthy man.
I doubt whether they are not cheating people into making the bargain sale.
He was cheated into buying the gadget.
cheat of (v.+prep.)
cheat on (v.+prep.)
作弊 deceive in