verb (vegges, vegging, vegged)[no object] • informal
- Relax to the point of complete inertia: they were vegging out in front of the TVMore example sentences
- And I've just been vegging out for the past 4 days, doing nothing, so there isn't really much else to say.
- From now on I'm going to spend less time vegging in front of the tv and more time listening to Radio 4.
- Then I vegged out on the couch, and watched ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ for like the fourth time in a month.
1920s: abbreviation of vegetate.
noun (plural same)British • informal
- A vegetable or vegetables: meat and two vegMore example sentences
- I love eating out, and my preference is generally to eat meat or fish with veg.
- You should eat 60 per cent fresh fruits and veg, as much as possible in their raw state.
- I told the waitress that we loved the meat but asked her to let the chef know we felt the veg was seriously undercooked.
late 19th century: abbreviation.