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binge in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbingebinge1 /bɪndʒ/ noun [countable]  informalDFDRUNK a short period when you do too much of something, such as eating or drinking a drinking binge a week-long binge of shoppingon a binge Ken’s gone on a binge with his mates.
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bingeThe shocking stills above are from the 1992 film and show the Ally McBeal star making herself sick after a binge.The decline came in part from a buying binge by customers in 1994 as they tried to beat 1995 price increases.If I took any of this particularly seriously I would risk suffering from nutritional whiplash, pursuing health in precisely contradictory binges.an ice-cream bingeSelf pity set in and so did eating binges.This, in turn, makes binge eating more likely.Some anorexics combine fasting with occasional binges, followed by self-induced purging or vomiting.Fueling up can decrease errors, increase productivity, improve your mood and prevent binge eating later on.Neither the divorce nor the binge was a surprise to Margarett.on a bingeThe fight sent Alexander off on a drinking binge.