1. [mid-16C–1910s] (UK Und.) to cut a purse or pick a pocket.
2. [mid-16C–1960s] (UK Und.) to arrest.
3. [mid-16C+] to steal, to snatch, to shoplift.
4. [mid–late 19C] (US) to shoot someone.
5. [late 19C+] (US) to defeat.
6. [1900s–20s] (US Und.) to obtain, to get hold of.
7. [1910s–20s] of a man, to have sexual intercourse.
8. [1910s+] (Aus./N.Z.) to borrow, to cadge, to wheedle (money) out of.
9. [1930s–40s] (US) to cheat, to take advantage of.
10. [1980s] (US black) to scratch to give a superficial wound.
11. [2000s] (Irish/Scot.) to pick up (a woman).
[mid-16C–mid-18C] (UK Und.) to cut a purse.
[1910s+] (Aus./N.Z.) to cadge from.
SE in slang uses
[mid-19C–1920s] a tailor.
[19C] (Scot.) a teacher.
[mid-17C–mid-18C] a tailor.
[1980s+] (US campus) to stop something.