crib

  1. baby bed with high sides
  2. a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly)

Crib

A crib is an infant bed in American English (British English: cot). Crib may also refer to: ...
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crib

noun baby bed with high sides made of slats
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Crib

Crib intransitive verb 1. To crowd together, or to be confined, as in a crib or in narrow accommodations. [ R.] « Who sought to make . . . bishops to crib in a Presbyterian trundle bed. Gauden. » 2. To make notes for dishonest use in recitation or examinatio...
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Crib

Crib noun [ Anglo-Saxon crybb ; akin to Old Saxon kribbja , Dutch krib , kribbe , Danish krybbe , German krippe , and perhaps to Middle High German krebe basket, G, korb , and English rip a sort of wicker basket.] 1. A manger o...
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Crib

Crib transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cribbed (krĭbd); present participle & verbal noun Cribbing .] 1. To shut up or confine in a narrow habitation; to cage; to cramp. « If only the vital energy be not
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Crib

A roof support of prop timbers or ties, laid in alternate cross-layers, log-cabin style. It may or may not be filled with debris. Also may be called a chock or cog.
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Crib

A roof support of prop timbers or ties, laid in alternate cross-layers, log-cabin style. It may or may not be filled with debris. Also may be called a chock or cog.
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Crib

Crib is British slang for plagiarism.
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crib

in agriculture, bin or large container for storing ear corn or other grain or a barred or slatted manger for the feeding of hay or other bulky ...
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Crib

Plagiarism. To copy someone else's written work and pass it off as your own.
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crib

[n] - baby bed with high sides 2. [v] - use a crib, as in an exam 3. [v] - take unauthorized (intellectual material) 4. [v] - line with beams or planks, as of construction holes
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