Noun(1) baby bed with high sides made of slats(2) a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly(3) a bin or granary for storing grains(4) the cards discarded by players at cribbage(5) a card game (usually for two players
Verb(1) use a crib, as in an exam(2) take unauthorized (intellectual material(3) line with beams or planks
(1) Mental note, never visit Troy Hudson's crib in Orlando.(2) Jay-Z is about to purchase a 4000 square foot pimped crib for a mere $6.9 million.(3) Back at the crib it's a different story - the action is all on the street.(4) When they came up to the farmyard for Dad to shovel the corn out of the wagon into the crib , the girls came to the house to get warm.(5) If you do decide to travel to ChÔö£├│teauneuf to take in the warm sun and charming wines, don't expect a guided tour of the pope's old crib .(6) For a modest fee, Sharon will stop by your crib to tell you all about your past lives, contact a few lost loved ones on your behalf and take a peek in to what your future holds in store.(7) is the song a crib from Mozart's ├ö├ç┬úDon Giovanni?├ö├ç├ÿ(8) It's the crib sheet for all journalists working in Africa, allowing us to seem like experts at the first hint of a coup.(9) Mary lives wiv him in a council crib .(10) She shooed away a hen that had wandered too close to the crib .(11) On two of their turns, they must put a card face down into the crib instead of playing it to the layout.(12) an English crib of Caesar's Gallic Wars(13) There stood two boys, one in red and one in blue, on either side leaning over a crib .(14) An entirely free public service, all you need to do is call her up and GeneviÔö£┬┐ve will happily stop by to scope out your crib and offer suggestions on how you can better safeguard your digs from thieves.(15) When I saw one of these cages it reminded me of a large steel crib .(16) What should we make of the role of the crib sheets, in which the obscured texts are revealed?