- 1Take (the work or an idea of someone else) and pass it off as one’s own: he was fined $6,000 for having plagiarized the songMore example sentences
- He also blasted the booklet, which was published in 1996, for plagiarizing a previous work.
- The Seattle Times says a business columnist and associate editor has resigned after admitting he plagiarized the work of other journalists.
- A further 41 school pupils face failing their exams because they plagiarised the work of other students and authors.
- 1.1Take the work or an idea of (someone) and pass it off as one’s own: the author claims she was plagiarizedMore example sentences
- His world of irresponsible young men let loose in the playground of colonial Ireland set the tone for much of Anglo-Irish fiction, notably the ‘rollicking’ novels of Charles Lever who did not scruple to plagiarize him.
- If anyone was in doubt that he plagiarised him, this entry alone would surely be proof.
- Luckily, none of the rediscoverers was noted for rushing to crooked lawyers with claims of being plagiarized.
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- My intent isn't even to shame the Times plagiarizer, but to tap the shoulder of the aspiring plagiarist who may be deterred by this piece.
- You are nothing more than a cheat, a fraud and a plagiariser.
- The case of the open-book exam plagiarizer was one of six examples of academic dishonesty that led to suspensions or withdrawals of graduate students in the 2005-2006 academic year.