Sinónimos de crib
a baby's cradleShe placed the baby back in its crib.
a translation or list of answers used by students, often dishonestly(informal) Only desperate students take cribs into the exam with them.
to copy (someone's work) dishonestly(informal) He had been caught cribbing in an exam.
to confine in a small space
He has been confined to his barracks.
He limited payments on the country's foreign debt.
They intend to fence in about 100 acres of land.
The cattle had been milked and penned for the night.
The fence would restrict public access.
Don't you think it's cruel to cage wild creatures?
The land was enclosed by an eight-foot wire fence.
imprison, , , ,
He was imprisoned for 18 months on charges of anti-state agitation.
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in the sense of bed
to place firmly into positionShe went in to her bedroom and lay down on the bed.
in the sense of cage
to confine in a cageDon't you think it's cruel to cage wild creatures?
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