To convince by rhetoric; to gain acceptance or approval through persuasive banter or conversation; trickery; keenly persuasive; to scrounge by means of conversation.
The company wasn't convinced my product broke on its own at first, but I managed to blag it and they sent me a new product for free.

I had to blag my way through the interview.
by CityBlue August 23, 2007
convince another person that all the stuff you just made up is in fact true and worthy.
caught in a tight spot, Harry blagged his way through the conversation and somehow got the job.
by angela June 6, 2003
A better term for blog, as defined by xkcd.com
I have a blag.
You mean blog, right?

NO! A blag!
by That Zero Guy June 8, 2007
1) To lie
2) Make up a false excuse
3) To make up as you go along

1)Tim: Did you get trouble the other day with the parentals for not coming home last night?
Jessie: Nah, I just blagged my way out of it

2)Mike: Oh god that geography exam was so hard! I couldn't answer any of it. How bout you?
Kim: I know it was so hard. I just blagged my way through it
Mike: You're the queen blagger!
by YESSS-CAHHH May 23, 2007
Recursive acronym for "blag linux and gnu", a free software GNU/Linux distro based on Fedora.
Pat upgraded an old windoze box to blag. (box as in computer)
by bielawski March 27, 2008
to rob, usually armed.
to fool or cheat.
i think i'll blag your mums dildo.
by monkeynuts March 24, 2003
1) To get something for nothing or to do no work.
2) To get annoyed by something.
1) 'I blagged a free holiday!'
2) 'Those flies are blagging, man'
by Alex July 24, 2003