trick on (one)

trick on (one)

1. To fool, deceive, or mislead one. I didn't take the threat seriously at first, thinking it was just some idiot trying to trick on me. The company totally tricked on me, saying the product was brand new when it was obviously secondhand.
2. slang To be sexually unfaithful to a romantic partner; to cheat on one. When I found out my husband was tricking on me, I filed for divorce the very next day.
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trick on someone

in. to deceive someone. Mary is always tricking on people and now nobody trusts her.
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