Definición de plagiarism en inglés:

plagiarism

Silabificación: pla·gia·rism
Pronunciación: /ˈplājəˌrizəm
 
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sustantivo

The practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing them off as one’s own.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Anyone with that academic background knows the serious consequences of plagiarism of words and ideas.
  • Students are particularly vulnerable to dangerous practices such as plagiarism.
  • Journalists don't have the monopoly on plagiarism, nor are they the worst offenders.
Sinónimos
copying, infringement of copyright, piracy, theft, stealing
informal cribbing

Origen

early 17th century: from Latin plagiarius 'kidnapper' (from plagium 'a kidnapping', from Greek plagion) + -ism.

Derivativos

plagiarist

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He has inspired imitators, tolerated plagiarists and confounded the computer geeks who try in vain to turn his craft into software.
  • Unlike the countless self-pitying plagiarists who have followed in his wake, his was not simply another all-American whine.
  • I often wonder what journalism's legendary scribes would say about this year's crop of liars, plagiarists, and incompetents.

plagiaristic

Pronunciación: /ˌplājəˈristik/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Which means, of course, that the folks at Shanghai Daily aren't really a bunch of unoriginal plagiaristic copycats.
  • Unless of course I merely forgot I'd heard it and it slowly burrowed its way back into my conscious, furtively enough to avoid plagiaristic suspicion and think, for one small, precious moment, that it might have been mine.
  • A more plagiaristic reworking of the Doors’ ‘Riders on the Storm’ I have yet to hear.

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