"Cheat" and "Cook" are somehow the same. Cheat means "Someone who is dishonest and cheats" and Cook means "Someone who prepares and cooks food as their job" (according to LONGMAN dictionary). So while we know that "Cooker" is incorrect, I have seen that the term "Cheater" is sometimes (or maybe often) used in place of "Cheat". Isn't it incorrect?
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