cybercheating

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ cheating

NounEdit

cybercheating (uncountable)

  1. Using the Internet to cheat (violate rules to gain advantage); especially cyberplagiarism.
    • 2008, Charles J Russo, Encyclopedia of Education Law
      The solution to cybercheating is not an easy one, because the technology is changing more quickly than most educators can change their testing practices.
  2. Using the Internet to cheat (be unfaithful).
    • 2006, Lauren Barnholdt, Reality Chick
      Kind of like when you offer to let your boyfriend check your emails to prove you're not cybercheating on him.

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Last modified on 20 April 2011, at 21:54