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atracón

sustantivo masculino

[familiar]
  • se dio un atracón de paella
    he gorged himself on o [familiar] stuffed himself with paella
    he pigged out on paella
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Cuanto más frecuente era la lectura de esas publicaciones, mayor era la probabilidad de sufrir atracones compulsivos.
  • Inicialmente, los episodios de atracones y vómitos ocurren en forma esporádica.
  • Inicialmente, los episodios de atracones y vómitos ocurren en forma esporádica.

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