adverb

1 to copy, “borrow”, or outright steal ideas and products.

2 to copy and paste, as in; ctrl + c then ctrl + v

3 a simple matter of stealing another’s ideas and intellectual property without due credit or compensation.
PHRASES:

“Dude, I Bill Gatesed the hell out of my report in history class.”

“If you can’t get by on your own merits, you can always Bill Gates someone else’s accomplishments.”

Bill · Gates |bil gāts|
作者 Rmatt34 2010年12月15日

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