英 美 ['pledʒə'raɪz]
- plagiarize:  Latin plagium meant ‘kidnapping’ – it was a derivative of plaga ‘net’. From it was formed plagārius ‘kidnapper’, which was used metaphorically by the epigrammatist Martial for ‘literary thief’ – the sense in which the word reached English.
- plagiarize (v.)
- 1716, from plagiary "plagiarist" (see plagiarism) + -ize. Related: Plagiarized; plagiarizing.
- 1. Thus, please do not plagiarize my style or fake my username.
- 因此, 请不要模仿我的风格或者假冒我的用户名.
- 2. It's not a viable option to plagiarize someone else's work.
- 3. Others can try to show that they did not plagiarize.
- 4. To plagiarize ( an idea or answer, for example ).
- 剽窃剽窃 ( 如思想或答案 )
- 5. Never plagiarize your paper.
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