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tampering

[ tam-per-ing ]
/ ˈtæm pər ɪŋ /
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noun
the act or process of changing, damaging, or interfering with something, especially with intent to falsify, cheat, or defraud:Data transmitted over an SSL connection cannot be forged without the two parties becoming immediately aware of the tampering.In a clear case of tampering, players were caught using sandpaper to alter the ball.
the act or process of dealing secretively, improperly, or underhandedly with someone:I had a duty to report the witness tampering to the judge.
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