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veg out

to cease working and take it easy; to vegetate. Someday, I just want to veg out and enjoy life. I think I'll just veg this weekend.
See also: out, veg

vegged out

debilitated by drugs or alcohol. Ernie is veg-ged out and has quit his job and everything. Won't be long till Larry is vegged out altogether.
See also: out, veg

meat and two veg

  (British informal)
a traditional type of meal, often found in Britain, which is basic and slightly boring, usually a piece of meat and two vegetables The food is very much meat and two veg - you won't find any of your fancy French cuisine here.
See also: and, meat, two, veg

your meat and two veg

  (British humorous)
a man's sexual organs I tell you what, his trousers were so tight you could see his meat and two veg!
See a cattle market
See also: and, meat, two, veg

veg out

v. Slang
To engage in relaxing or passive activities: After work, I went home and vegged out in front of the TV.
See also: out, veg

veg

(vɛdʒ)
1. n. a vegetable. (see also veggy.) You want a veg with this?
2. n. a stupid person. Where is your brain, you veg?
3. Go to veg (out).

veg (out)

in. to cease working and take it easy; to vegetate. (see also vegged out.) Someday, I just want to veg out and enjoy life.
See also: out, veg

veg

verb

vegged out

mod. debilitated by drugs or alcohol. (Drugs.) Ernie is vegged out and has quit his job and everything.
See also: out, veg