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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Bednest have assured parents who bought the bedside crib from November 30, 2015, that their cribs are the new models which do not require modification.
The crib from Caloocan costing P2,000 has a yellow-coated ball with lead content reaching 7,871 parts per million, while the P1,000 crib from Manila registered 6,938 ppm.
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.
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.
celebration This special crib was made in Huddersfield seasonal gift Kim Strickson receives a model crib from Zbigniew Michniowski, of Bielsko-Biala