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Tamper

To meddle, alter, or improperly interfere with something; to make changes or corrupt, as in tampering with the evidence.

tamper

verb alter, change, convert, corrupt, debase, hinder, interfere, intermeddle, intervene, manipulate, meddle
Associated concepts: tamper with a jury, tamper with evidence
See also: disturb
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The accused tampered the marks from 40 to 42 in the NUST test report.
18 ( ANI ): Three former Chief Election Commissioners (CEC) of India on Monday said the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) can't be tampered with.
An RTA field inspector said he discovered the tampered with permits during his shift in Jebel Ali's Tecom area.
Torres' employment was terminated after they discovered vials of the drug were tampered with.
Electricity meters are often tampered with to gain free electricity but interfering with the potentially lethal power supply can spark fires, expose others to the risk of electrocution and invalidate insurance policies.
England one-day skipper Cook hit back at the 27-year-old's claims today, saying: "We certainly haven't tampered with the ball and if he did have any complaints he should have gone to the ICC over that.
But England one-day skipper Cook hit back at the 27-year-old's claims today, saying: ''We certainly haven't tampered with the ball and if he did have any complaints he should have gone to the ICC over that.
If the two calculations do not match, the electronic document has been tampered with.
If you suspect that someone has tampered with your bottled water:
If anyone attempts to tamper with voting equipment, the color of the seal changes to void and any piece of equipment that might be tampered with is removed,'' McCormack said.
If that book page is tampered with by either a voter or an election worker, the voters can be misdirected to punch the wrong chads.