Definition of blagger in English:

blagger

noun

British
informal
  • See blag

    • ‘The old prison hierarchy of blaggers at the top and sex offenders at the bottom is gone.’
    • ‘I was one of the thousand blaggers who managed to get his new album and it is great.’
    • ‘Britain's thickest armed blagger was jailed for six years after leaving his mobile phone containing pictures of himself and his wife at the scene of a robbery.’
    • ‘Interestingly, although the blaggers nabbed a few chips from the one company as well, the bulk of the goods taken were definitely from the market leader.’
    • ‘Surprisingly, many hotels and holiday companies are happy to deal with blaggers.’

Pronunciation

blagger

/ˈblaɡə/