Cadge from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
cadge (something) from (someone)
slang To borrow something from someone. I need to cadge your textbook from you before the big test.
cadge something from someone and cadge something off someone
Sl. to beg or borrow something from someone. Go cadge some sugar from the lady next door. I cadged this jacket off a friendly guy I met.
References in periodicals archive
Then they pull one out of the collective hat like "Evening of the Day," its opening lines a straight cadge from
Jagger and Richards' "As Time Goes By" and the chorus a nod to St.
The arrangements are straight out of Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, and Burt Bacharach--they even cadge from
The Prefab Four's theme song