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English definition of “binge”

binge

noun [C]  /bɪndʒ/ us  
an occasion when an activity is done in an extreme way, esp. eating, drinking, or spending money: He admits to having an occasional ice-cream binge. To go on a binge is to do a lot of something: He’s on a binge, eating everything in sight.

binge

verb [I]  /bɪndʒ/ (present participle binging or bingeing) us  
to do something in a way that is extreme and not controlled: I tend to binge on ice cream when I’m lonely.
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