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bulimia (nervosa)noun [U]

 us   /buˈli·mi·ə (nərˈvoʊ·sə), -ˈlɪm·i·ə/ medical
a condition in which a person eats extremely large amounts of food in a short time and then vomits intentionally: Bulimia is really an eating disorder, and it affects mostly females.
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