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Translation of "binge" - English-Spanish dictionary

binge

noun   /bɪndʒ/ informal
an occasion when an activity is done in an extreme way, especially eating, drinking, or spending money comilona, borrachera, orgía a drinking/eating/spending binge He went on a five day drinking binge.18212168
verb   /bɪndʒ/ ( present participle bingeing or binging) informal
to eat too much of something darse una comilona, hartarse, atiborrarse I tend to binge on chocolate when I’m watching TV.846
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