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Cadgeverb

[kaj]

VERB
BRITISH
informal

cadges (third person present) · cadged (past tense) · cadged (past participle) · cadging (present participle)

  - ask for or obtain (something to which one is not strictly entitled).

NOUN
falconry

cadges (plural noun)

  - a padded wooden frame on which hooded hawks are carried to the field.

Synonyms

scrounge, beg, borrow, bum, sponge, scab, mooch, Legal,

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