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mooch

US [mutʃ]
UK [muːtʃ]
  • v.溜达;闲逛;白吃(或用等);要别人白给(金钱、食物等)
  • Web揩油;揩油高手;鬼鬼祟祟地走
Simple Present:mooches  Present Participle:mooching  Past Tense:mooched  
mooch
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v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
溜达;闲逛to walk slowly with no particular purpose; to be somewhere not doing very much
He's happy to mooch around the house all day.
他就愿意在家里闲待着。
2.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (off sb)
白吃(或用等);要别人白给(金钱、食物等)to get money, food, etc. from sb else instead of paying for it yourself
He's always mooching off his friends.
他总是向朋友讨钱花。

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