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cheat sheet

[ cheet-sheet ]
/ ˈtʃit ˌʃit /
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noun Informal.

a sheet of paper or a digital document containing information used by a student for cheating on an exam or in the classroom: She had a cheat sheet for the history test with a list of the correct answers.
a document containing notes or other aids used as a reference in studying or remembering certain information: I used a cheat sheet with statistics and bar graphs to prepare for my radio interview.

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Origin of cheat sheet

First recorded in 1935–40
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