plagiarize

[pley-juh-rahyz, -jee-uh-rahyz]
verb (used with object), plagiarized, plagiarizing.
1.
to take and use by plagiarism.
2.
to take and use ideas, passages, etc., from (another's work) by plagiarism.
verb (used without object), plagiarized, plagiarizing.
3.
to commit plagiarism.
Also, especially British, plagiarise.


Origin:
1710–20; plagiar(ism) + -ize

plagiarizer, noun
unplagiarized, adjective
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plagiarize or plagiarise (ˈpleɪdʒəˌraɪz)
 
vb
to appropriate (ideas, passages, etc) from (another work or author)
 
plagiarise or plagiarise
 
vb
 
'plagiarizer or plagiarise
 
n
 
'plagiariser or plagiarise
 
n

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Example sentences
PIs also submit plagiarized grants, you name it, they do it.
He believes it is not only one of the best things he's ever come up with but
  that it's been plagiarized at the highest levels.
Your words are meaningless and possibly even plagiarized.
We had a student whose instructor felt had plagiarized a paper.
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