binge drinking

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binge drinking

n.
Consumption of a large number of alcoholic beverages within a short period of time.

binge drinking

n
(Medicine) the practice of drinking excessive amounts of alcohol regularly
binge drinker n
Translations
flámování
svir
humalahakuinen juominen
pijanka
飲み騒ぐこと
폭음
intensivkonsumtion av alkohol
การดื่มเหล้ามากเกินไป
cuộc chè chén say sưa

binge drinking

الإفْراط في تَنَاوُل الشَرَاب flámování svir Rauschtrinken κραιπάλη consumo excesivo de alcohol humalahakuinen juominen beuverie pijanka grande bevuta 飲み騒ぐこと 폭음 zuippartij rangel upijanie się consumo excessivo de bebida alcoólica пьянство intensivkonsumtion av alkohol การดื่มเหล้ามากเกินไป ölçüsüz içme cuộc chè chén say sưa 狂饮
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