UK [ˈpleɪdʒəraɪz] / US [ˈpleɪdʒəˌraɪz] verb [intransitive/transitive]
Word forms "plagiarize":
present tense I/you/we/they plagiarize he/she/it plagiarizes present participle plagiarizing past tense plagiarized past participle plagiarized
to take someone else's work, ideas, or words, and use them as if they were your own

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  • plagiarize — pla·gia·rize / plā jə ˌrīz/ vb rized, riz·ing [from plagiary plagiarist, from Latin plagiarius, literally, kidnapper, from plagium netting of game, kidnapping, from plaga net] vt: to copy and pass off (the expression of ideas or words of another) …   Law dictionary

  • Plagiarize — Pla gia*rize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Plagiarized}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Plagiarizing}.] To steal or purloin from the writings of another; to appropriate without due acknowledgement (the ideas or expressions of another). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • plagiarize — (v.) 1716, with IZE (Cf. ize) + plagiary plagiarist (1590s), from plagiarius one who kidnaps the child or slave of another, also a literary thief, from plagiare to kidnap (see PLAGIARISM (Cf. plagiarism)). Related: Plagiarized; plagiarizing …   Etymology dictionary

  • plagiarize — (Amer.) pla·gi·a·rize || pleɪdÊ’É™raɪz v. copy another person s written work without giving the proper acknowledgement; copy patented or copyrighted materials without permission (also plagiarise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • plagiarize — (also plagiarise) ► VERB ▪ take (the work or idea of someone else) and pass it off as one s own. DERIVATIVES plagiarism noun plagiarist noun plagiarizer noun. ORIGIN from Latin plagiarius kidnapper , from Greek plagion a kidnapping …   English terms dictionary

  • plagiarize — [plā′jə rīz΄] vt., vi. plagiarized, plagiarizing [see PLAGIARY] to take (ideas, writings, etc.) from (another) and pass them off as one s own plagiarizer n …   English World dictionary

  • plagiarize — verb ( rized; rizing) Etymology: plagiary Date: 1716 transitive verb to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one s own ; use (another s production) without crediting the source intransitive verb to commit literary theft ; present …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • plagiarize — plagiarizer, n. /play jeuh ruyz , jee euh ruyz /, v., plagiarized, plagiarizing. v.t. 1. to take and use by plagiarism. 2. to take and use ideas, passages, etc., from (another s work) by plagiarism. v.i. 3. to commit plagiarism. Also, esp. Brit …   Universalium

  • plagiarize — verb (transitive or intransitive) To use, and pass off as ones own, someone elses writing/speech …   Wiktionary

  • plagiarize — Synonyms and related words: act like, adopt, affect, appropriate, assume, borrow, chorus, come again, copy, counterfeit, crib, derive from, ditto, do, do a repeat, do again, do like, do over, double, duplicate, echo, fake, forge, go like, hoke,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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