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stoke up on/with sth

informal
phrasal verb with stoke uk   /stəʊk/  us   /stoʊk/ verb [I or T] (also stoke up)
to eat a lot of a particular food in order to avoid feeling hungry or weak later: As it was a cold morning, she stoked up on bacon, eggs, and beans on toast.
Translations of “stoke up on/with sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 大吃,飽餐一頓…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大吃,饱餐一顿…
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