تسول, تطفل, نال بالتسول
Verb(1) ask for and get free; be a parasite(2) obtain or seek to obtain by cadging or wheedling
(1) Well, for a start, I've only ever been a very occasional smoker - I cadge cigarettes off people when I'm very drunk and then always regret it the next morning when I not only wake up with a thumping hangover, but also with a mouth like an ashtray.(2) The boy used to cadge cigarettes from Taylor but they lost touch only to run into each other more than a year later when the victim was aged 15-years-old.(3) You may be able to cadge a tin of warm water for shaving.(4) They get the chance to cadge a bit of his energy and charisma.(5) People started to cadge invitations to see our au pair, and across the nation we British were briefly seized by the same deeply embarrassing tropical madness.(6) He was not paid except for tips he could get from spectators by telling hunting stories about some of the falcons on the cadge .(7) Owing money and at a dead-end, she decides to head to Phoenix to cadge some dough from her ex-best friend Lavinia, now an arch-conservative with two children and a husband who knows nothing of her past.(8) Tyndrum must be one of the easiest places in Scotland to cadge a ride.(9) they cadge, but timidly(10) You cannot keep your hawk on the cadge for ever -- ah, nor hood her for ever!(11) he eats whenever he can cadge a meal(12) I cadged a lift back to the station in Roger's car, which was kind of him.(13) So when falcons were carried on the cadge you could quickly see the required falcon by the colour of the eye panels and the type of feathers in its plume.(14) So they cadged meetings with 86 luminaries, successful leaders in an eclectic array of professions.(15) At Brunton Park on Tuesday night, the cheeky talisman was taken for a ride around the pitch after cadging a lift in a sponsored car positioned in front of the main stand prior to kick-off.(16) This is a preamble to confessing that, like Jackie, I cadged a few puffs of a fat Cuban on Christmas Day.
(1) cadge :: تسول
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Different Formscadge, cadged, cadges, cadging
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