freeload


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freeload

in. to live off someone else; to eat and drink at someone else’s expense; to live off someone else. Don’t come around here and expect to freeload.
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Managing to freeload food, a tram ride, a round of crazy golf and even entry to the smallest house in Britain, Conwy did not disappoint.
Just because I'm undocumented doesn't mean I came here to freeload,'' the aspiring immigration attorney said.
Well, don't despair because now you can learn how to freeload your way to a more glamorous life.
It's an absolute disgrace these people want to freeload on the back of our achievements when they won't even help us cross the finishing line.
But the beetle differs from these and other symbiosis-meddlers in that it manages to freeload without imitating the color or shape of its rival, asserts ecologist Deborah K.
He demonises the minority at the bottom who freeload as a smokescreen to hide proposals to rob the majority.
So how easy is it to freeload when you're rich and famous?
Government ministers have been warned not to freeload at the World Cup.
The big thing now is, how do you extract income from this group of people who basically freeload onto the system,'' McKinley said.
You've done Disney, run out of relatives and cannot freeload on any more friends.
Let's do a quick review: He's totally not interested in your life back home, freeloads, feels manipulated when he thinks he has to give somebody a present, and appears to not have any close friends.
Thus, the lax hospital freeloads on the vigilant hospital's investment.