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Definition of "blag" [blag]

  • To obtain (something) for free, particularly by guile or persuasion. (verb)
  • More specifically, to obtain confidential information by impersonation or other deception. (verb)
  • To beg, to cadge. (verb)
  • To steal. (verb)
  • To pick up someone. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "blag" in a sentence
  • "I’ve found that, generally speaking, the hardest posts to do are the ones in the middle: posting a YouTube video or quoting a nice paragraph from somebody else’s blag is easy, and writing a technical post full of equations isn’t so difficult, but producing an intelligent, informative, non-deceptive popularization of science is quite the trick! skullsinthestars Says:"
  • "The ICO also showed me handbooks written by private investigators explaining how to "blag" information for their debt collection agency clients."
  • "On his MySpace blag - he said it was bound to happen."
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