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meat and two veg
1. A basic, traditional meal, consisting of a portion of meat and two different types of vegetables. Primarily heard in UK. Everyone has gone crazy for this fancy-pants cuisine, but just give me a plate of meat and two veg for supper any day, and I'll be happy.
2. vulgar slang The penis and testicles. Primarily heard in UK. When his advances started becoming aggressive, she gave him a kick in his meat and two veg and left the bar.
To stop working or thinking about important or difficult issues and simply relax. ("Veg," short for "vegetate," rhymes with "edge.") After such a tough week in work, all I want to do this weekend is veg out in front of the TV.
slang In a state of unthinking, sedentary relaxation. I don't want you spending the whole summer vegged out in front of the TV, so I signed you up for a number of different camps and activities. I always find my husband vegged out on the sofa when I come home from work.
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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.
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.
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To engage in relaxing or passive activities: After work, I went home and vegged out in front of the TV.
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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).
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 veg out
mod. debilitated by drugs or alcohol. (Drugs.) Ernie is vegged out and has quit his job and everything.
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