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plagiarize

verb adopt as one's own, apply to one's own uses, appropriate, avail oneself of, borrow dishonestly, copy from, counterfeit, duplicate, expropriate, fabricate, follow as a model, forge, imitate, infringe, paraphrase, pass off another's ideas as one's own, pass off another's writings as one's own, pirate, reduplicate, steal
See also: copy, fake, pirate, steal
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Celebrity psychiatrist Raj Persaud was dishonest and brought his profession into disrepute by plagiarising scholars' work, the General Medical Council ruled yesterday.
He added: "The panel has determined that your actions, in plagiarising the work of others, were liable to bring the profession into disrepute.
The doctor, who appears regularly on This Morning, confessed to plagiarising four articles for his 2003 book From The Edge Of The Couch.
In the last year there were two students caught, one was ignorant to the fact what he'd done was wrong but the other was simply plagiarising.
Guo Jingming, a popular young Chinese author, has been fined for plagiarising another book in his bestselling novel 'Falling Blossoms in Romantic Dream'.
The heads echoed the high master of the independent school with the highest results in the country ( St Paul's in London ( who wants coursework scrapped because of students plagiarising internet essays.
According to Eversheds, plagiarising the legal terms and conditions used at other established sites is also a mistake, because not all web sites are the same and legal terms should be tailored to the specific nature of the trading site to be effective.
Somerfield has accused Sainsbury of plagiarising its Premier Points catchphrase `What will you do with yours?
WILLIAM Hague is accused of plagiarising a speech made by Tony Blair three years ago.
Pardha Saradhi of plagiarising his paper on biotechnology and publishing it as his own.
Time magazine and CNN have suspended Fareed Zakaria, one of the icons of American journalism, for plagiarising content from another newspaper.
TELLY shrink Raj Persaud brought his profession into disrepute by plagiarising other experts' work, the General Medical Council said yesterday.