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binge in Food topic

bingebinge2 verb [intransitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š informalDFMI to do too much of something, such as eating or drinking, in a short period of timebinge on πŸ”Š Whenever she’s depressed, she binges on chocolates.β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bingeβ€’ My flatmate moved out a month ago, and in that month I've used it as an excuse to binge.β€’ Right from the beginning the dieter should be learning to eat according to internal hunger cues and not to binge.β€’ Suppression of feelings such as anger, disappointment, grief, anxiety, or even excitement, can lead them to binge.β€’ I would binge and vomit or just not eat at all.β€’ A crash diet will leave you hungry, you will binge and you will not get anywhere.β€’ I don't need to binge any more - I can have plenty to eat at mealtimes.β€’ Bread will stop you feeling hungry, and lessen the temptation to binge on high-fat, high-calorie foods.