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crib in Education topic

cribcrib2 verb (cribbed, cribbing) [intransitive, transitive] especially British English  SECOPYto copy school or college work dishonestly from someone elsecrib something off/from somebody He didn’t want anyone to crib the answers from him.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
cribSteve Prefontaine was, to crib a line from Bruce Springsteen, born to run.He was accused of cribbing an article for his speech.Naturally he cribbed it for the title of a pamphlet, when what I actually meant by it was some advice.Unfortunately, Bournonville cribbed it from somebody else.Washington cribbed the best phrases for his reply, as was his habit.crib something off/from somebodyMatt was caught cribbing the answers from his friend.