June 7, 2006

mooch off

Posted in Idioms at 10:01 am by Feng

mooch off of someoneexpect someone to pay your expenses [dict]

On 'Friends', Joey and Ross were mistaken to think that Chandler shunned them because he was mad about their not buying him a Knicks game ticket. "We are supposed to buy him a ticket?" Joey said to Ross, "That guy is always mooching off of us." It seems, according to dictionary.com, that "mooch off someone" without "of" is also correct.


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  1. prada japan said,

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