Hi, Could you tell me if I used the correct preposition in the sentence: "He cheated at the exam". Thank you Virr. How to Cheat at Cooking is a cookbook by television chef Delia Smith, published in by Ebury Publishing. It was her first book following her How To Cook. Viele übersetzte Beispielsätze mit " cheat at " – Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch und Suchmaschine für Millionen von Deutsch-Übersetzungen. Hi, Could you tell me if I used the correct preposition in the sentence: It will put huge pressure on producers — there's going to be a pitta bread maker somewhere absolutely besieged. However, thinking more about it now, I realise that there are many times when we use "on" to refer to a point in time e. Donald Trump is the most media-friendly candidate. Share on Google Plus. None of that has mattered. I'm a big fan! The guy is a lot of fun! This is where an ingredient or item mentioned by Smith would increase dramatically in sales — it had occurred in after she promoted cranberries , and additional sales of 54 million eggs have been credited to the chef after she demonstrated how to boil them on a television show. All the times the pundits declared Donald Trump toast — and what they say now. In some cases, contributors are sources or experts quoted in a story. Smith responded to criticism about naming specific products by saying, "We debated long and hard whether to mention products but at the end of the day this book is for people who are either in a hurry or are afraid to cook. Vivianne Ihekweazu, of Mintel a market research company said that. The book increased the sales of several products, described as the "Delia Effect", and has been credited with an increase in the sales of tinned meat over the following two years. In when Delia Smith launched her book How to Cheat at Cooking , some consumers were enraged at the suggestion that tinned mince could be substituted for fresh mince in the recipes. Sie haben zu viele Anfragen gesendet, sodass Linguee Ihren Computer ausgesperrt hat. It was her first book following her How To Cook series, and had a television series based on the same recipes on BBC Two. In British English it is "cheat in the exam". Consider the different means of "exam" in these examples. More from Idioms and phrases.