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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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Dr Persaud was accused of plagiarising material for his book following a Sunday Times investigation in 2006.
Dishonesty can be inferred from his repeated conduct in plagiarising the work of academics .
Most students who are caught plagiarising have their marks reduced to zero for the module.
Is he saying that his pupils gained good grades at GCSE by plagiarising coursework from the internet?
Some opponents fear students will be encouraged to cheat their way through courses, plagiarising work from the Internet.
Asection of teachers at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in Dwarka are up in arms against two senior female colleagues accused of plagiarising articles.
Time magazine and CNN have suspended Fareed Zakaria, one of the icons of American journalism, for plagiarising content from another newspaper.
She said she was less worried about the risk of students plagiarising coursework as first years than she was about making sure assessments help undergraduates to develop.
Another 41 candidates have been failed for plagiarising work and will find out when the results come through on August 9.
But now, thanks to powerful new software being piloted at Liverpool University, the days of plagiarising essays could soon be over.
On Monday it broadcast the first episode of a huge series allegedly plagiarising her work despite an injunction by the Indian Supreme Court.
Increasing numbers of web traders have discovered that they should have some legal terms and conditions on their sites but instead of taking advice they are simply opting to make do by plagiarising the legal terms used at other established sites.