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cribbage  


      n   a game of cards for two to four, in which players try to win a set number of points before their opponents,   (Often shortened to)    crib         
     (C17: of uncertain origin)  


crib  
      n  
1    a child's bed with slatted wooden sides; cot  
2    a cattle stall or pen  
3    a fodder rack or manger  
4    a bin or granary for storing grain, etc.  
5    a small crude cottage or room  
6      (N.Z.)   a weekend cottage: term is South Island usage only  
7    any small confined space  
8    Informal   a brothel  
9    a wicker basket  
10    a representation of the manger in which the infant Jesus was laid at birth  
11    Informal   a theft, esp. of another's writing or thoughts  
12      (Also called (esp. U.S.))    pony  
Informal     (chiefly Brit)   a translation of a foreign text or a list of answers used by students, often illicitly, as an aid in lessons, examinations, etc.  
13       short for       cribbage  
14      (Cribbage)   the discard pile  
15      (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.  
16    a storage area for floating logs contained by booms  
17      (Austral. and N.Z.)   a packed lunch taken to work  
      vb   , cribs, cribbing, cribbed  
18    tr   to put or enclose in or as if in a crib; furnish with a crib  
19    tr  
Informal   to steal (another's writings or thoughts)  
20    intr  
Informal   to copy either from a crib or from someone else during a lesson or examination  
21    tr   to line (a construction hole) with timber beams, logs, or planks  
22    intr  
Informal   to grumble  
     (Old English cribb; related to Old Saxon kribbia, Old High German krippa; compare Middle High German krebe basket)  
  cribber      n  
crib-biting  
      n   a harmful habit of horses in which the animal leans on the manger or seizes it with the teeth and swallows a gulp of air  
  crib-biter      n  
crib death  
      n      the U.S. and Canadian term for       cot death  
crib-wall  
      n     (N.Z)   a supporting wall constructed by laying cribs at right angles to each other, as in cribwork  
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crib  
      n  
1    a child's bed with slatted wooden sides; cot  
2    a cattle stall or pen  
3    a fodder rack or manger  
4    a bin or granary for storing grain, etc.  
5    a small crude cottage or room  
6      (N.Z.)   a weekend cottage: term is South Island usage only  
7    any small confined space  
8    Informal   a brothel  
9    a wicker basket  
10    a representation of the manger in which the infant Jesus was laid at birth  
11    Informal   a theft, esp. of another's writing or thoughts  
12      (Also called (esp. U.S.))    pony  
Informal     (chiefly Brit)   a translation of a foreign text or a list of answers used by students, often illicitly, as an aid in lessons, examinations, etc.  
13       short for       cribbage  
14      (Cribbage)   the discard pile  
15      (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.  
16    a storage area for floating logs contained by booms  
17      (Austral. and N.Z.)   a packed lunch taken to work  
      vb   , cribs, cribbing, cribbed  
18    tr   to put or enclose in or as if in a crib; furnish with a crib  
19    tr  
Informal   to steal (another's writings or thoughts)  
20    intr  
Informal   to copy either from a crib or from someone else during a lesson or examination  
21    tr   to line (a construction hole) with timber beams, logs, or planks  
22    intr  
Informal   to grumble  
     (Old English cribb; related to Old Saxon kribbia, Old High German krippa; compare Middle High German krebe basket)  
  cribber      n  


crib-biting  
      n   a harmful habit of horses in which the animal leans on the manger or seizes it with the teeth and swallows a gulp of air  
  crib-biter      n  
crib death  
      n      the U.S. and Canadian term for       cot death  
crib-wall  
      n     (N.Z)   a supporting wall constructed by laying cribs at right angles to each other, as in cribwork  

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crib  


      n  
1    bassinet, bed, cot, cradle  
2    bin, box, bunker, manger, rack, stall  
3      (informal)   key, translation, trot     (U.S. slang)  
      vb  
4      (informal)   cheat, pass off as one's own work, pilfer, pirate, plagiarize, purloin, steal  
5    box up, cage, confine, coop, coop up, enclose, fence, imprison, limit, pen, rail, restrict, shut in  

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