English version

beg, borrow, or steal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeg, borrow, or stealborrow, or steal begbeg, borrow, or stealto do whatever you must in order to get what you want – often used humorously She’d beg, borrow, or steal the money for those shoes. beg
Examples from the Corpus
beg, borrow, or stealThe designers would beg, borrow, or steal in order to get the show ready.
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