Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mooch"

The meaning of "Mooch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does mooch mean?
A: a mooch is someone who asks or gets something without paying for it. it doesn't mean thief, it's like that friend that always asks for food/money/etc.
Q: What does I get to mooch when they cook.
what does it mean?? mean?
A: I get to to taste/eat what they are cooking.
Q: What does mooch of someone mean?
A: Get money or food from them without repaying.
Q: What does mooch of someone mean?
A: A mooch borrows or wants to share, but never pays back. Your friend mooches off you if they ask for some of your french fries or they ride in your car but never pay for some gas. Mooch can be used for one-time events, but of course, it becomes negative if the person is always doing the taking.

Example sentences using "Mooch"

Q: Please show me example sentences with mooch.
A: “I would be careful with that person. They tend to mooch off of people.”
“My friend’s boyfriend mooches off of her because she has a lot of money.”
“You can’t sit around and mooch off on people!”

Translations of "Mooch"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does mooch mean?
A: “Mooch” is a slang word for stealing or borrowing something while abusing someone’s kindness.

Other questions about "Mooch"

Q: he always mooch cigarettes off me. it'd add up to 50 packs if i count them. does this sound natural?
A: I'd say "He always mooches cigarettes from me. It'd add up to 50 packs if I counted them" so you were close!
Q: He always mooch off me does this sound natural?
A: Say "He always mooches off of me."
Q: don't you dare try to mooch my beer off me! does this sound natural?
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