- to cadge something
fromor offsomebodygorronearle or gorrearle algo aalguien [colloquial]garronearle algo aalguien (Río de la Plata) [colloquial]bolsearle algocan I cadge a lift from you? aalguien (Chile) [colloquial]¿me llevas?¿me das un aventón? (Mexico) [colloquial]can I cadge a smoke?Example sentences
- 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.
- I cadged a lift back to the station in Roger's car, which was kind of him.
- The next morning he called a friend, told him what had happened, and cadged a lift into the city centre to sign on, the court heard.
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