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  • crib|work — «KRIHB WURK», noun. work consisting of logs, beams, or the like, arranged in layers at right angles …   Useful english dictionary

  • Crib talk — or crib speech is pre sleep monologue made by young children while in bed. This starts somewhere around one and a half years and usually ends by about two and a half years of age, though children can continue longer.[1][2] It consists of… …   Wikipedia

  • crib|bing — «KRIHB ihng», noun. 1. = crib biting. (Cf. ↑crib biting) 2. a mining crib. 3. the pieces of timber forming the lining of a shaft. 4. Informal. cheating; plagiarism: »Cribbing is of two distinctly different kinds: Copying the work of another… …   Useful english dictionary

  • crib tin — crib tin, (in Australia and New Zealand) a container in which a worker carries his lunch to work …   Useful english dictionary

  • crib — /krɪb / (say krib) noun 1. a child s bed, usually oval, and often of wickerwork, lined and decorated with muslin, etc. 2. a stall or pen for cattle. 3. a rack or manger for fodder, as in a stable or house for cattle. 4. a tableau of Mary, Joseph …   Australian English dictionary

  • crib — I UK [krɪb] / US noun Word forms crib : singular crib plural cribs 1) [countable] a wooden container for an animal s food 2) [countable] British a model of the wooden box that Jesus Christ was born in, according to the Bible. Some Christians have …   English dictionary

  • crib — crib1 [ krıb ] noun count 1. ) AMERICAN a small bed for a baby with tall sides that have bars. British cot 2. ) AMERICAN VERY INFORMAL the place where someone lives: Let s go back to my crib. 3. ) a wooden container for an animal s food 4. )… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • crib — crib1 [krıb] n [: Old English; Origin: cribb] 1.) AmE a bed for a baby or young child, with bars on the side to stop the baby from falling out British Equivalent: cot 2.) BrE a bed with high sides for a very young baby, which you can move gently… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • crib — /krib/, n., v., cribbed, cribbing. n. 1. a child s bed with enclosed sides. 2. a stall or pen for cattle. 3. a rack or manger for fodder, as in a stable or barn. 4. a bin for storing grain, salt, etc. 5. Informal. a. a translation, list of… …   Universalium

  • crib — n. & v. n. 1 a a child s bed with barred or latticed sides; a cot. b a model of the Nativity of Christ, with a manger as a bed. 2 a barred container or rack for animal fodder. 3 colloq. a a translation of a text for the (esp. surreptitious) use… …   Useful english dictionary

  • crib — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English cribb; akin to Old High German krippa manger, and perhaps to Greek griphos reed basket Date: before 12th century 1. a manger for feeding animals 2. an enclosure especially of framework: as a. a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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