Translation of plagiarize in Spanish:


plagiar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈpleɪdʒəˌraɪz//ˈpleɪdʒərʌɪz/

transitive verb

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    • The Harvard Crimson reports that a noted Harvard law professor will be disciplined for plagiarizing the work of a Yale law professor in a recent book.
    • After sending it, the student confessed he had plagiarized the work from a prominent writer.
    • The Seattle Times says a business columnist and associate editor has resigned after admitting he plagiarized the work of other journalists.
    • A further 41 school pupils face failing their exams because they plagiarised the work of other students and authors.
    • He also blasted the booklet, which was published in 1996, for plagiarizing a previous work.
    • People might then come to believe that the author who had published second had plagiarized the work of the one who published first.
    • He is also accused of trying to sell specimens that belonged to the university and plagiarizing the work of colleagues.
    • In one recent New Yorker essay, ‘Something Borrowed,’ he profiled a playwright who plagiarized his work and managed to convey with striking compassion how immoral mistakes can happen without malice.

intransitive verb

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    cometer plagio