cheaters


cheaters
   American
   cosmetic padding
   The attempt is to deceive by enhancing the size of thighs, buttocks, and breasts.
   See also falsies.

How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms. . 2014.

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  • cheaters — ☆ cheaters [chēt′ərz ] pl.n. Slang eyeglasses, esp. dark glasses * * * …   Universalium

  • cheaters — cheaters, or escheators In old English law, officers appointed to look after the king s escheats (q.v.), a duty which gave them great opportunities of fraud and oppression, and in consequence many complaints were made of their misconduct. Hence… …   Black's law dictionary

  • cheaters — cheaters, or escheators In old English law, officers appointed to look after the king s escheats (q.v.), a duty which gave them great opportunities of fraud and oppression, and in consequence many complaints were made of their misconduct. Hence… …   Black's law dictionary

  • cheaters — ☆ cheaters [chēt′ərz ] pl.n. Slang eyeglasses, esp. dark glasses …   English World dictionary

  • Cheaters — For the act of cheating on a partner, see Adultery. For other uses, see Cheaters (disambiguation). Cheaters Cheaters logo used from Season 2 through the present Genre Reality …   Wikipedia

  • Cheaters — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Cheaters Produktionsland USA …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cheaters — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Cheaters (homonymie). Cheaters (en français Menteurs) est une émission de télé réalité américaine hebdomadaire des années 2000. Dans les épisodes précédents[Quoi ?], un client peut trouver un détective privé …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cheaters — n. sunglasses. (Formerly referred to all spectacles. See also shades; sunshades.) □ Get your cheaters on. The sun’s really bright. □ Somebody sat on my cheaters! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • cheaters — n Eyeglasses. He can t see past the end of his nose without his cheaters. 1920s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • cheaters — noun Non prescription spectacles that magnify, for use by hyperopes …   Wiktionary

  • cheaters — n pl American sunglasses or glasses. A word now pop ular with schoolchildren but which probably originated with cardsharps, who supposedly used magic spectacles , or with fraudsters who wore dark glasses as a disguise …   Contemporary slang


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