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cadge (something) from (someone)

slang To borrow something from someone. I need to cadge your textbook from you before the big test.
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cadge (something) off (someone)

slang To borrow something from someone. I need to cadge your textbook off you before the big test.
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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.
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cadge something from someone

and cadge something off someone
tv. to beg or borrow something from someone. I cadged this jacket off a friendly guy I met. He tried to cadge a ten-spot from me.
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cadge something off someone

verb
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They discovered that physicians tend to view religion and spirituality pragmatically, considering them resources in family decision-making and in end of life situations, and barriers when they conflict with medical decisions, said lead author Wendy Cadge.
"My two grandchildren are so beautiful I want to see them grow up and cadge money off me."
Workmen from the mills along Firth Street used to sit out on a lunchtime with sandwiches and tea, and Charlie and his mates, sufferers of war's austerity and perennially hungry, were wont to cadge scraps from them.
Rumours that Robert Nichols will try to use his OAP bus pass in an effort to cadge a free ride are totally unfounded!
And the draughtsman will need to cadge time off for Tuesday's tie.
Occasionally one of the jokers will travel up and down the bus trying to cadge a cigarette or a light.
"I may have to cadge a lift but it will be an emotional day.
If he is on a walking holiday he should walk and not cadge lifts.
Lead author Wendy Cadge, a sociologist, found that the prayers fell into one of three categories: about 28 percent of the prayers were requests of God, while 28 percent were prayers to both thank and petition God, while another 22 percent of the prayers thanked God.
"My two grandchildren are so beautiful I want to live to see them grow up and cadge money off me."
He revealed that they have to cadge ammunition, their food is stolen by Taliban looters, and their guns are melting in the heat.
Another member of my family, my uncle Arthur, used to drive the Co-op's butcher's dray and I'd hop up beside him and cadge a lift to school on it.
The on/off boyfriend of model Kate Moss emerged from Telford police station in Shropshire in good spirits, pausing to cadge a cigarette from a reporter and proceeding to nurse a pint of Guinness at a nearby pub.
Ah think if Ah'd been in it Ah'd 'ave been tempted ter cadge a lift on a quahrt stretch."
He insisted she was "out of control" and tried to cadge cigarettes and beer off him.