Begging from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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beg (something) from (someone)
To plead or ask someone earnestly for something. I forgot my wallet at home today, so I had to beg some money from my friends for lunch.
beg something from someone
to plead for something from someone. She begged the amount of a telephone call from someone who walked by. I begged a dollar from a kind lady who went by.
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At the same time, we have a duty to tackle begging from
a wider perspective.
We all have experienced that whenever we stop by traffic signals there are beggars of all age group: Children, women with their new born babies in their laps, learning the art of begging from
The Criminal Investigation Department, in a recent statement, said that they had detained 26 people engaged in begging from
different parts of Qatar since the beginning of Ramadan.
What most beggars also do not realise is that, the person you are begging from
is probably in the same situation as you.
POLICE in Swansea's city centre have arrested five people for allegedly begging from
Ploger proposes that female egrets may have a built-in susceptibility to begging from
chick number two.