mooch

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To beg, cadge, or sponge; to exploit or take advantage of others for personal gain

I managed to mooch my way up the journalistic ladder to the next, more impressive level of “Interviewer”.

To wander around aimlessly,often causing irritation to others
One who mooches; a moocher
To steal or filch

These chaps that mooch about, as Hyde was doing, pick up all sorts of odds and ends. He may have pinched them from a chemist’s shop.

To wander around aimlessly
{f} beg, borrow without intention to return; steal; sneak around (Slang)
ask for and get free; be a parasite
+ mooch around mooch around If you mooch around or mooch about a place, you move around there slowly with no particular purpose. Andrew was left to mooch around the house on his own He was awake at 3am, mooching about in the darkness. = wander around. to get something by asking someone to give you it, instead of paying for it British Equivalent: scroungemooch sth off sb (muchier )
To stroll or peruse
moocher
A person having a tendency to repeatedly ask help of others, especially if they are making little effort to help themselves. Usually used as a pejorative
moocher
someone who mooches or cadges (tries to get something free)
moocher
{i} a poacher or thief; one who begs or asks for without paying; person who loiters (Slang)
mooching
present participle of mooch
mooch
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