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Cadge definition, to obtain by imposing on another's generosity or friendship. See more.

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Cadge definition is - beg, sponge. How to use cadge in a sentence. Did You ... See the full definition for cadge in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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cadge. To cadge is to plead or beg for something. A hungry child might cadge an extra cookie from her dad while he's baking. When you cadge something, you ...

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cadge definition: to (try to) get something from someone else without paying for it: . Learn more.

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Cats who have to scavenge and cadge and sleep out in bad weather in the big cities do not live long. Doris Lessing ON CATS (2002)The sky was beginning to ...

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a boy called cadge is cadging off in a computer room with other people in it.......bt ,uhoh,he gets seen doing it by some cool,but unfortunate,kids ie fin bill joe n ...

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Define cadge. cadge synonyms, cadge pronunciation, cadge translation, English dictionary definition of cadge. intr. & tr.v. cadged , cadg·ing , cadg·es To beg or ...

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Define cadge (verb) and get synonyms. What is cadge (verb)? cadge (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.