crib from

crib (something) from (someone)

To copy something from someone; to plagiarize. I only got 100 on that test because I cribbed the answers from my neighbor—I hope no one finds out!
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crib something from someone or something

to cheat by copying something from someone or something. It appears that you cribbed this directly from the person sitting next to you.
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To get these products back, Kolcraft and Playskool are doubling the reward for each returned crib from $60 to $120.
celebration This special crib was made in Huddersfield seasonal gift Kim Strickson receives a model crib from Zbigniew Michniowski, of Bielsko-Biala
I asked if I could borrow a crib from Bielsko-Biala's collection for our exhibition and was delighted when I was told that a crib had been specially commissioned as a gift from the town's civic leaders," said Kim Strickson of Kirklees Community History Service.
About one-third of the deaths result from structural failures of the crib from loose, missing, or detached hardware.
SYMBOLS: Maureen Toolan with a crib from Iraq at Christ The King and Our Lady Church's Crib Festival.
Three hundred twenty families who requested and received a crib from the Cribs for Kids campaign in the first eight months of the program were potential participants for this study; however, we targeted a sampling of 150 families to participate in the study.