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Pig Out

Pig Out - eating a large amount of food

This is a informal idiom.

  • My sister & I like to watch movies & pig out.
  • I went to the party & we pigged out on ice cream & cake.
  • Do you like to pig out when you are watching television?
  • We are going to pig out at the party.
  • Did you pig out at school?

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