Definition of bludge in English:

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Australian /NZ informal

verb

[no object]
1Shirk responsibility and live off the efforts of others: they were sick of bludging on the public
1.1 [with object] Cadge or scrounge: the girls bludged smokes

noun

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An easy job or assignment: that night shift must be the biggest bludge on earth

Origin

late 19th century: back-formation from bludger.

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