Bludge



to shirk.
to impose on (someone).
an easy task.
verb
when intr, often foll by on. to scrounge from (someone)
(intransitive) to evade work
(intransitive) (archaic) to act as a pimp
noun
a very easy task; undemanding employment
v.

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