English version

a diet of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha diet of somethinga diet of somethingAMOUNTtoo much of an activity that you think is boring or has bad effects Kids today are raised on a constant diet of pop music and television. diet
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a diet of somethingRealistically, she thought, there's only one way to avoid a diet of non-stop cabbage - or worse.Feed a diet of insects, worms, plant matter, flake food and freeze dried food.No one can live on a diet of culture that is completely alien.Without the operation, Laura, who had lived on a diet of liquid protein, would not have survived much longer.Most models are very strict about what they eat, and they would not last long on a diet of cheeseburgers.Growth is rapid, on a diet of tiny larvae, worms and relatives.The fry grew rapidly on a diet of brine shrimp and Liquifry.The other option, of course, would have been to survive on a diet of the same bananas until help arrived.
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