plagiarism definition

  • noun:
    • The act of plagiarizing.
    • some thing plagiarized.
    • The work of plagiarizing: the copying of some other man or woman's a few ideas, text, or any other creative work, and providing it as one's very own, specially without authorization.
    • Text or other work resulting from this act.
    • The act or training of plagiarizing.
    • That which is plagiarized; a work that has been plagiarized.
    • The purloining or wrongful appropriation of some other's some ideas, writings, imaginative styles, etc., and providing these forth together's own; particularly, the offense of taking passages from another's compositions, and publishing them, either word-for-word or perhaps in compound, together's very own; literary theft.
    • A passage or believed thus taken.
    • the act of plagiarizing; using someone's terms or tips as though these were your very own
    • some writing that has been copied from somebody else and it is presented to be your own personal work

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