blagger


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blagger

n (Brit inf)
(= cadger)Schnorrer(in) m(f) (inf); (= cheater)Schummler(in) m(f) (inf)
(= robber) jd, der Raubüberfälle macht
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A SERIAL blagger managed to rub shoulders with the country's sporting elite after sneaking into the Sports Personality of The Year Awards.
So it's going to be pretty easy to spot a tangoed blagger walking down the red carpet.
With a hole in the church accounts, it seems financial salvation has arrived, but the vicar takes a gamble when serial blagger Mick arrives with a much bigger request than his usual pounds 20.
A COVENTRY binman has quit his day job to become Britain's biggest blagger.
No, I'm not on about the brave soul who banjaxed the tooled-up blagger with a chair, but the chap who kept feeding the one-arm bandit with all hell breaking loose around him.
MANAGER OF THE YEAR Or should that be blagger of the year?
TOP 4 THINGS TODAY ARE: 1 WATCH: Top blagger mixes with the stars AGAIN backstage at MTV EMA Awards.
CHANCER Blagger and the champ bold as brass Fan Brian Linehan with Conor McGregor at Vegas party
FORGET having the Best Song Ever, One Direction's Niall Horan is the best celebrity blagger ever.
And with a hole in the church accounts, it seems financial salvation has arrived, but the vicar decides to take a huge gamble when serial blagger Mick (played by Holby City's Jimmy Akingbola) arrives at the vicarage with his own dodgy ideas about the answer to the parish's financial woes.
THE BLAGGER On one of your better Saturday nights Suddenly you're in his sights He's gabbling about all and sundry You begin to wish it was Sunday All the people he has known How come he's always alone?
Or as the Bard might have said: "Is this a blagger I see before me?