plagiarise


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Synonyms for plagiarise

take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech

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Saradhi has alleged that students are trained by eminent professors to plagiarise existing scientific works/ materials in various manners.
Poor time management and fear of failure are a few reasons students plagiarise, said a lecturer at the Institute of Education at the British University in Dubai (BUiD) recently.
But UK exam regulator Ofqual warned: "There are serious penalties for those who plagiarise, copy or collude so we strongly advise pupils not to use sites that promote this.
AN Indian court has blocked a new TV series until it can settle a claim by British author Barbara Taylor Bradford that the programme plagiarises one of her novels.
The author claims the Indian series plagiarises her blockbuster novel A Woman of Substance which was also a successful TV miniseries in Britain.