bludge


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bludge

(blʌdʒ)
vb
1. (when: intr, often foll by on) to scrounge from (someone)
2. (intr) to evade work
3. (intr) archaic to act as a pimp
n
a very easy task; undemanding employment
[C19: back formation from slang bludger pimp, from bludgeon]

bludge


Past participle: bludged
Gerund: bludging

Imperative
bludge
bludge
Present
I bludge
you bludge
he/she/it bludges
we bludge
you bludge
they bludge
Preterite
I bludged
you bludged
he/she/it bludged
we bludged
you bludged
they bludged
Present Continuous
I am bludging
you are bludging
he/she/it is bludging
we are bludging
you are bludging
they are bludging
Present Perfect
I have bludged
you have bludged
he/she/it has bludged
we have bludged
you have bludged
they have bludged
Past Continuous
I was bludging
you were bludging
he/she/it was bludging
we were bludging
you were bludging
they were bludging
Past Perfect
I had bludged
you had bludged
he/she/it had bludged
we had bludged
you had bludged
they had bludged
Future
I will bludge
you will bludge
he/she/it will bludge
we will bludge
you will bludge
they will bludge
Future Perfect
I will have bludged
you will have bludged
he/she/it will have bludged
we will have bludged
you will have bludged
they will have bludged
Future Continuous
I will be bludging
you will be bludging
he/she/it will be bludging
we will be bludging
you will be bludging
they will be bludging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bludging
you have been bludging
he/she/it has been bludging
we have been bludging
you have been bludging
they have been bludging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bludging
you will have been bludging
he/she/it will have been bludging
we will have been bludging
you will have been bludging
they will have been bludging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bludging
you had been bludging
he/she/it had been bludging
we had been bludging
you had been bludging
they had been bludging
Conditional
I would bludge
you would bludge
he/she/it would bludge
we would bludge
you would bludge
they would bludge
Past Conditional
I would have bludged
you would have bludged
he/she/it would have bludged
we would have bludged
you would have bludged
they would have bludged
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bludge

verb (Austral. & N.Z. informal) slack, skive (Brit. informal), idle, shirk, gold-brick (U.S. slang), bob off (Brit. slang), scrimshank (Brit. military slang) He was sacked for bludging on the job.
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Asked about this by Reuters, Johnson denied that his message on immigration had changed, saying he had always been "pro-immigrant" but that "there are people who scrounge and who bludge and who loaf and who leech and I don't want to see it".
Unfortunately, I think for most people, the arts in education is just that--a fun bludge lesson you do on Friday afternoons to get the kids off your back when all you want to do is go down to the pub.
For central black holes from a million to many billions of times the mass of our sun, the black hole's mass is about one one-thousandth of the mass of the surrounding galactic bludge.