a district and thoroughfare in London, England.
[cheep-skeyt] /ˈtʃipˌskeɪt/ Informal. noun 1. a person who is stingy and miserly. verb (used without object), cheapskated, cheapskating. 2. to act in a stingy or miserly way. /ˈtʃiːpˌskeɪt/ noun 1. (informal) a miserly person n. also cheap skate, “miserly person,” 1896, from cheap (adj.), second element perhaps from American English slang skate “worn-out horse” (1894), […]
[chee-pee] /ˈtʃi pi/ Informal. noun, plural cheapies, adjective 1. . [chee-pee] /ˈtʃi pi/ Informal. noun 1. a cheaply made, often inferior, product: The movie studio made a dozen cheapies last year. 2. any item that is inexpensive as compared with others of its kind: All brands of margarine taste alike to me, so I buy […]
[cheet] /tʃit/ verb (used with object) 1. to defraud; swindle: He cheated her out of her inheritance. 2. to deceive; influence by fraud: He cheated us into believing him a hero. 3. to elude; deprive of something expected: He cheated the law by suicide. verb (used without object) 4. to practice fraud or deceit: She […]
obsolete spelling of cheer (n.).