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Turkish translation of “scrounge”

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scrounge

verb [I, T]
 
 
/skraʊndʒ/ informal
to get something from someone else instead of paying for it yourself
ondan bundan dilenmek, beleşçilik yapmak, bedavaya konmak
He's always scrounging money off you.Making appeals and requests
Translations of “scrounge”
in Korean 얻어 내다…
in Arabic يَستَدين…
in French taper (de)…
in Italian scroccare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 白要, 乞討, 不勞而獲(尤指金錢或食物)…
in Russian клянчить, попрошайничать…
in Polish sępić…
in Spanish gorrear…
in Portuguese surrupiar, filar…
in German schnorren…
in Catalan gorrejar…
in Japanese ~をたかる, せびる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 白要, 乞讨, 不劳而获(尤指金钱或食物)…
(Definition of scrounge from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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