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Synonyms for cook

Synonyms for cook

to prepare (food) for eating by the use of heat

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cook up: to use ingenuity in making, developing, or achieving

a person who prepares food for eating

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For years,Frank Dixon disguised his fraud by cooking the books and pretending he was paying their tax bills.
These people who have succumbed to the temptations of cooking the books and just become greedy at the expense of the people who trusted them--there's no excuse for that.
As one individual put it, "If the Fortune 500 can do it, what's to keep the American government from cooking the books.
ONCE YOU'VE MASTERED COOKING THE BOOKS LIKE A TITAN, YOU'RE READY FOR OUR OTHER FINE PRODUCTS
She does have the option of cooking the books I suppose.
Meanwhile,totalfraudleaptby10percent,with almost a quarter of a million cases from dodgy insurance claims to cooking the books, leaving the economy with a pounds 30billion bill.
Fifteen people made sweet and savoury delights, including cakes, mince pies and cheesy biscuits, for the Cooking the Books contest, held at Keresley library in Bennetts Road.
Back in my day on the police force, when we would see something like that, we would call it cooking the books,'' Parks said.