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crib

 (krĭb)
n.
1. A bed with high sides for a young child or baby.
2.
a. A small building, usually with slatted sides, for storing corn.
b. A rack or trough for fodder; a manger.
c. A stall for cattle.
3. A small crude cottage or room.
4. Slang One's home.
5. A framework to support or strengthen a mine or shaft.
6. A wicker basket.
7.
a. A petty theft.
b. Plagiarism.
8.
a. See pony.
9. Games A set of cards made up from discards by each player in cribbage, used by the dealer.
v. cribbed, crib·bing, cribs
v.tr.
1. To confine or cramp.
2. To furnish with a crib.
3.
a. To plagiarize (an idea or answer, for example).
b. To steal.
v.intr.
To plagiarize; cheat.

[Middle English, manger, from Old English cribb.]

crib′ber n.

crib

(krɪb)
n
1. (Furniture) a child's bed with slatted wooden sides; cot
2. (Agriculture) a cattle stall or pen
3. (Agriculture) a fodder rack or manger
4. (Agriculture) a bin or granary for storing grain, etc
5. a small crude cottage or room
6. informal US a house or residence
7. NZ a weekend cottage: term is South Island usage only
8. any small confined space
9. informal a brothel
10. a wicker basket
11. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a representation of the manger in which the infant Jesus was laid at birth
12. informal a theft, esp of another's writing or thoughts
13. (Education) informal chiefly Also called (esp US): pony Brit a translation of a foreign text or a list of answers used by students, often illicitly, as an aid in lessons, examinations, etc
14. (Card Games) short for cribbage
15. (Card Games) cribbage the discard pile
16. (Building) Also called: cribwork a framework of heavy timbers laid in layers at right angles to one another, used in the construction of foundations, mines, etc
17. (Forestry) a storage area for floating logs contained by booms
18. (Cookery) Austral and NZ a packed lunch taken to work
vb, cribs, cribbing or cribbed
19. (tr) to put or enclose in or as if in a crib; furnish with a crib
20. (tr) informal to steal (another's writings or thoughts)
21. (Education) (intr) informal to copy either from a crib or from someone else during a lesson or examination
22. (Building) (tr) to line (a construction hole) with timber beams, logs, or planks
23. (intr) informal to grumble
[Old English cribb; related to Old Saxon kribbia, Old High German krippa; compare Middle High German krēbe basket]
ˈcribber n

crib

(krɪb)

n., v. cribbed, crib•bing. n.
1. a child's bed with enclosed sides.
2. a stall or pen for cattle.
3. a rack or manger for fodder.
4. a bin for storing grain, salt, etc.
5. Informal.
a. a translation, list of correct answers, or other illicit aid used by students while reciting, taking exams, or the like; pony.
b. plagiarism.
c. a petty theft.
6. any of various cellular frameworks assembled in layers at right angles, used in construction of foundations, dams, etc.
7. a set of cards in cribbage made up by equal contributions from each player's hand, and belonging to the dealer.
8. Slang. a house or apartment; place of residence.
v.t.
9. to pilfer or steal, esp. to plagiarize.
10. to confine in or as if in a crib.
11. to line with timber or planking.
v.i.
12. Informal.
a. to use a crib in, esp. in examinations.
b. to steal; plagiarize.
13. (of a horse) to practice cribbing.
[before 1000; Middle English cribbe, Old English crib(b), c. Old Saxon kribbia, Old High German chrippa; compare crèche]
crib′ber, n.

cot

cribcamp bed
1. 'cot' and 'crib'

In British English, a cot is a bed for a baby. A cot has high sides to prevent the baby from falling out. In American English, a bed like this is called a crib.

Put your baby's cot beside your bed.
I asked for a crib to put the baby in.
2. 'cot' and 'camp bed'

In American English, a cot is a narrow bed for an adult. It is made of canvas fitted over a frame, and you can fold it up. You take it with you when you go camping, or you use it as a spare bed at home. In British English, a bed like this is called a camp bed.

His bodyguards slept on the cots.
I had to sleep on a camp bed in the living room.

crib


Past participle: cribbed
Gerund: cribbing

Imperative
crib
crib
Present
I crib
you crib
he/she/it cribs
we crib
you crib
they crib
Preterite
I cribbed
you cribbed
he/she/it cribbed
we cribbed
you cribbed
they cribbed
Present Continuous
I am cribbing
you are cribbing
he/she/it is cribbing
we are cribbing
you are cribbing
they are cribbing
Present Perfect
I have cribbed
you have cribbed
he/she/it has cribbed
we have cribbed
you have cribbed
they have cribbed
Past Continuous
I was cribbing
you were cribbing
he/she/it was cribbing
we were cribbing
you were cribbing
they were cribbing
Past Perfect
I had cribbed
you had cribbed
he/she/it had cribbed
we had cribbed
you had cribbed
they had cribbed
Future
I will crib
you will crib
he/she/it will crib
we will crib
you will crib
they will crib
Future Perfect
I will have cribbed
you will have cribbed
he/she/it will have cribbed
we will have cribbed
you will have cribbed
they will have cribbed
Future Continuous
I will be cribbing
you will be cribbing
he/she/it will be cribbing
we will be cribbing
you will be cribbing
they will be cribbing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cribbing
you have been cribbing
he/she/it has been cribbing
we have been cribbing
you have been cribbing
they have been cribbing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cribbing
you will have been cribbing
he/she/it will have been cribbing
we will have been cribbing
you will have been cribbing
they will have been cribbing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cribbing
you had been cribbing
he/she/it had been cribbing
we had been cribbing
you had been cribbing
they had been cribbing
Conditional
I would crib
you would crib
he/she/it would crib
we would crib
you would crib
they would crib
Past Conditional
I would have cribbed
you would have cribbed
he/she/it would have cribbed
we would have cribbed
you would have cribbed
they would have cribbed

Crib

A small building used for storing grain. See Corncrib.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.crib - baby bed with high sides made of slatscrib - baby bed with high sides made of slats
baby bed, baby's bed - a small bed for babies; enclosed by sides to prevent the baby from falling
2.crib - a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly)
interlingual rendition, translation, version, rendering - a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language
3.crib - a bin or granary for storing grains
bin - a container; usually has a lid
corncrib - a crib for storing and drying ears of corn
garner, granary - a storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed
4.crib - the cards discarded by players at cribbage
cribbage, crib - a card game (usually for two players) in which each player is dealt six cards and discards one or two
playing card - one of a pack of cards that are used to play card games
5.crib - a card game (usually for two players) in which each player is dealt six cards and discards one or two
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
crib - the cards discarded by players at cribbage
Verb1.crib - use a crib, as in an exam
chisel, cheat - engage in deceitful behavior; practice trickery or fraud; "Who's chiseling on the side?"
2.crib - take unauthorized (intellectual material)
crime, criminal offence, criminal offense, law-breaking, offense, offence - (criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act; "a long record of crimes"
plagiarise, plagiarize, lift - take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property
3.crib - line with beams or planks; "crib a construction hole"
line - cover the interior of; "line the gloves"; "line a chimney"

crib

noun
1. cradle, bed, cot, bassinet, Moses basket She placed the baby back in its crib.
2. (Informal) translation, notes, key, trot (U.S. slang) Only desperate students take cribs into the exam with them.
3. manger, box, stall, rack, bunker He claimed the cribs in which the calves were kept had been approved by the RSPCA.
verb
1. (Informal) copy, cheat, pirate, pilfer, purloin, plagiarize, pass off as your own work He had been caught cribbing in an exam.

crib

verb
To reproduce (the artistic work of another, for example) illicitly:
Translations
تَرْجَمَـة حَرْفِيّـهسَرير الطِّفلسَرير الوَلَدمِذوَدمَهْد
dětská postýlkajeslekolébkaopisovatpostýlka
barnesengkigge hos sidemandenkrybbeoversættelsetremmeseng
pinnasänky
kolijevka
gyerekágykipuskáz
barnarúmjataòÿîingstela; eigna sérvagga
小児用ベッド
어린이 침대
„špargalka“ėdžiosvaiko lovelė
barības silebērna gultiņašpikerisšūpulis
postieľkaťahákžľab
zibelka
spjälsäng
เตียงสำหรับเด็ก
aşırmakbebek karyolasıbeşikçocuk karyolasıhazır çeviri
giường cũi của trẻ con

crib

[krɪb]
A. N
1. (Brit) (for infant) → pesebre m (US) (for toddler) → cuna f (Rel) → Belén m; (= manger) → cuadra f
portable crib (US) → cuna f portátil
2. (Scol) (= illicit copy) → plagio m; (in exam) → chuleta f; (= translation) → traducción f
B. VT (Scol) → plagiar, tomar (from de)
C. VI (Scol) → usar una chuleta
D. CPD crib death N (US) → muerte f en la cuna

crib

[ˈkrɪb]
n
(US) (= cot) → lit m d'enfant
(= Nativity scene) → crèche f
vt (= copy) → copier
vi (= copy) → copier

crib

n
(= cradle)Krippe f; (US: = cot) → Kinderbett nt
(= manger)Krippe f, → Raufe f; (fig: = nativity scene) → Krippe f
(US: = maize bin) → Trockengerüst ntfür Maiskolben
(esp Brit Sch: = cheating aid) → Spickzettel m (inf); (inf: = plagiarism) → Anleihe f (inf)
vi (esp Brit Sch inf) → abschreiben (inf), → spicken (inf); to crib from somebodyvon jdm abschreiben (inf)
vt (esp Brit Sch inf) → abschreiben (inf); to crib something from somebodyetw von jdm abschreiben (inf)

crib

[krɪb]
1. n
a. (small cot) → culla (Rel) → presepio; (manger) → mangiatoia
b. (plagiarism) → plagio (Scol) (answer book) → traduttore m, bigino (fam)
2. vt (Scol) → copiare

crib

(krib) noun
1. a cradle.
2. (American) a child's cot.
3. a translation used when studying a text in a foreign language.
4. a manger.
verbpast tense, past participle cribbed
to copy. She cribbed the answer from her friend's work.
ˈcrib death noun
(American) cot death; the sudden death of a baby durintg sleep, which cannot yet be explained medically.

crib

مَهْد postýlka barneseng Kinderbett κούνια cuna pinnasänky lit d’enfant kolijevka lettino 小児用ベッド 어린이 침대 kinderbedje sprinkelseng łóżeczko berço детская кроватка spjälsäng เตียงสำหรับเด็ก bebek karyolası giường cũi của trẻ con 幼儿床

crib

n. cuna, camita.

crib

n cuna