(third-person singular simple present blags, present participle blagging, simple past and past participle blagged)
- (UK, informal) To obtain (something) for free, particularly by guile or persuasion.
- (UK, informal) More specifically, to obtain confidential information by impersonation or other deception.
- The newspaper is accused of blagging details of Gordon Brown's flat purchase from his solicitors.
- (UK, informal) To beg, to cadge.
- Can I blag a fag?
- (UK, informal) To steal.
- (Polari) To pick up someone.
- (UK, informal, 1960s) To persuade.
- He's blagged his way into many a party.
- (UK, informal, 1940s) To deceive, to perpetrate a hoax on.
- (UK, informal) A means of obtaining something by trick or deception.
- A good blag to get into a nightclub is to walk in carrying a record box.
- (UK criminal slang) An armed robbery.
(comparative more blag, superlative most blag)