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Spanish translation of “mooch”

mooch

verb /muːtʃ/
to wander about (as if) without any purpose
dar vueltas, deambular
There are no places of entertainment here, so they just mooch around at night.
(American ) to get a drink, money etc by asking someone to give it to you without intending to return it; to sponge
gorrear
He is always mooching cigarettes She keeps mooching off her friends.
(Definition of mooch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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