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binge

 (bĭnj)
n.
A period of excessive or uncontrolled indulgence, especially in food or drink.
intr.v. binged, binge·ing or bing·ing, bing·es
To be immoderately self-indulgent and unrestrained, especially in food or drink.

[From dialectal binge, to soak.]

bing′er n.
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binge

(bɪndʒ)
n
1. a bout of excessive eating or drinking
2. excessive indulgence in anything: a shopping binge.
vb (intr) , binges, bingeing, binging or binged
to indulge in a binge (esp of eating or drinking)
[C19: probably Lincolnshire dialect binge to soak]
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binge

(bɪndʒ)

n., v. binged, bing•ing. n.
1. a bout of excessive indulgence in eating or drinking; spree.
v.i.
2. to go on a binge.
[1850–55]
bing′er, n.
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binge


Past participle: binged
Gerund: binging/bingeing

Imperative
binge
binge
Present
I binge
you binge
he/she/it binges
we binge
you binge
they binge
Preterite
I binged
you binged
he/she/it binged
we binged
you binged
they binged
Present Continuous
I am binging/bingeing
you are binging/bingeing
he/she/it is binging/bingeing
we are binging/bingeing
you are binging/bingeing
they are binging/bingeing
Present Perfect
I have binged
you have binged
he/she/it has binged
we have binged
you have binged
they have binged
Past Continuous
I was binging/bingeing
you were binging/bingeing
he/she/it was binging/bingeing
we were binging/bingeing
you were binging/bingeing
they were binging/bingeing
Past Perfect
I had binged
you had binged
he/she/it had binged
we had binged
you had binged
they had binged
Future
I will binge
you will binge
he/she/it will binge
we will binge
you will binge
they will binge
Future Perfect
I will have binged
you will have binged
he/she/it will have binged
we will have binged
you will have binged
they will have binged
Future Continuous
I will be binging/bingeing
you will be binging/bingeing
he/she/it will be binging/bingeing
we will be binging/bingeing
you will be binging/bingeing
they will be binging/bingeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been binging/bingeing
you have been binging/bingeing
he/she/it has been binging/bingeing
we have been binging/bingeing
you have been binging/bingeing
they have been binging/bingeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been binging/bingeing
you will have been binging/bingeing
he/she/it will have been binging/bingeing
we will have been binging/bingeing
you will have been binging/bingeing
they will have been binging/bingeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been binging/bingeing
you had been binging/bingeing
he/she/it had been binging/bingeing
we had been binging/bingeing
you had been binging/bingeing
they had been binging/bingeing
Conditional
I would binge
you would binge
he/she/it would binge
we would binge
you would binge
they would binge
Past Conditional
I would have binged
you would have binged
he/she/it would have binged
we would have binged
you would have binged
they would have binged
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.
binge - any act of immoderate indulgence; "an orgy of shopping"; "an emotional binge"; "a splurge of spending"
humoring, indulging, pampering, indulgence - the act of indulging or gratifying a desire
2.binge - an occasion for excessive eating or drinkingbinge - an occasion for excessive eating or drinking; "they went on a bust that lasted three days"
revel, revelry - unrestrained merrymaking
piss-up - vulgar expression for a bout of heavy drinking
Verb1.binge - overeat or eat immodestlybinge - overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself; "She stuffed herself at the dinner"; "The kids binged on ice cream"
eat - eat a meal; take a meal; "We did not eat until 10 P.M. because there were so many phone calls"; "I didn't eat yet, so I gladly accept your invitation"
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binge

noun (Informal)
1. bout, session, spell, fling, feast, stint, spree, orgy, bender (informal), jag (slang), beano (Brit. slang), sesh (slang), blind (slang) She went on occasional drinking binges.
verb
1. overeat, pig out (slang) I binged on pizzas and milkshakes.
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binge

noun
1. A drinking bout:
Slang: bat, bender, booze, jag, tear.
2. A period of uncontrolled self-indulgence:
Slang: jag.
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Translations

binge

[bɪndʒ]
A. N [of drinking] → borrachera f; [of eating] → comilona f, atracón m
to go on a bingeir de juerga
to go on a spending bingesalir de compras a despilfarrar el dinero
B. VI (gen) → correrse un exceso; (eating) → darse una comilona, darse un atracón
to binge on chocolatedarse un atracón or ponerse hasta arriba de chocolate
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

binge

[ˈbɪndʒ]
n
to go on a binge (drinking)prendre une cuite ; (eating)se gaver
vi (= consume too much) → faire des excès (= drink) → se soûler (= eat too much) → manger à l'excès; [eat compulsively] → manger compulsivement (= shop) → faire une razzia
to binge on chocolate → s'empiffrer de chocolat
to binge on whisky → se soûler au whisky binge drinking, binge eatingbinge drinking ndipsomanie fbinge eating n (by person with eating disorder)hyperphagie f boulimique, grignotage m compulsif
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

binge

(inf)
n (drinking) → (Sauf)gelage nt (inf); (eating) → (Fress)gelage nt (inf); (= spending spree)Großeinkauf m; to go on a bingeauf eine Sauftour gehen (inf); → eine Fresstour machen (inf); → groß einkaufen gehen
viauf eine Sauf-/Fresstour gehen (inf); you’ll have to stop bingeingdu musst mit diesen Sauf-/Fressgelagen aufhören (inf)
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binge

[bɪndʒ] (fam)
1. n to have a bingefar baldoria
to go on a (shopping) binge → darsi alle spese folli
to go on a (drinking) binge → prendersi una solenne sbronza
2. vi (eat excessively) → mangiare in modo eccessivo
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

binge

n (alcohol) borrachera (esp. por varios días seguidos); (food) atracón m, período de comer en exceso; — eating atracones de comida, (el) comer en exceso periódicamente; vi beber alcohol en exceso periódicamente; comer en exceso periódicamente
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