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1.
To put together carelessly and in a somewhat child-like manner a complicated subject both in explanation and demonstration.

To borrow notes from other, more informed authors and carelessly assemble to create what appears to be a complex demonstration of knowledge, but really comes forth in its true essence as mindless regurgitation of information (literary theft) with no real understanding or capabilities.

A careless form of plagiarism that is too transparent to succeed.
John spak'led together my lesson notes and presented it as his own because he didn't truly comprehend what he had been taught.

John spak'led together his video presentation by reading aloud the notes that his senior classmate Naman had emailed him, but in the end it was apparent he clearly didn't understand the subject at hand.
by baguaboy January 15, 2011