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Noun
Plural for a baby's cradle
“He looked so at peace, lying in his crib with his pacifier in his mouth and cuddling his teddy bear.”
Noun
Plural for a rack or manger for fodder
“One summer, about 1952, a local ranch hand and I built a hay crib at the edge of the meadow north of the Keyes house.”
Noun
Plural for a translation of a text for use by students, especially in a surreptitious way
“As I said at the beginning, it seems to be an intelligent crib for a novice teacher in creative writing.”
Noun
Plural for a thing that has been plagiarized
“One image is a direct crib from Millais' "The rescue".”
Noun
Plural for a person's apartment or house
“We're about to go get some pizza and chill at his crib.”
Noun
Plural for a small, simple, single-storey house or shelter
Noun
Plural for a brothel
Noun
Plural for horse
Noun
Cribbage
Noun
Creches or displays
Noun
Plural for a long, narrow open container for animals to eat or drink out of
Noun
Plural for a storage facility for grain or sometimes animal feed
Noun
Crib sheets
Noun
Plural for a container designed to hold or protect something
Noun
Plural for a large room or chamber used for storage, especially an underground one
Noun
Plural for a place giving protection from bad weather or danger
Verb
To copy (another person's work) illicitly or without acknowledgment
“First, he allowed me to crib his music dictation. Then he offered to take me home to help me catch up.”
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To take or something without permission (especially a creative work)
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“Look out for those tell-tale squares of blue light as desperate Shazammers try to crib her style.”
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To confine in a small space
“But it stoutly denies the sole reality of this existence, and refuses to equate man with the petty round of his earthly career and crib him within the small orbit of reason and the bounded horizons of his mental vision.”
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To complain or grumble
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To gain an advantage or profit by using unfair or deceitful methods
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To imprison or incarcerate someone
Verb
To make a false show or pretense of
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