How to Pronounce Cadged?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Cadged" is [kˈad͡ʒd], [kˈad‍ʒd], [k_ˈa_dʒ_d].

"Cadged" in context

Cadged is an old-fashioned verb that means to get something from someone, usually without asking permission or paying for it. It is commonly used in northern England and Scotland, but is slowly being forgotten there. The original meaning of the word comes from the early nineteenth century when it was used to describe begging and borrowing from others. Nowadays, it is more broadly used to refer to getting things without permission or paying for them. This can be done by asking people for items and services, or, more often, by taking them without permission. Additionally, cadging can refer to manipulating people or taking advantage of them in order to receive something.

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