intransitive verbvegging, vegged
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- I then sat down on a huge sofa and vegged out, waiting for my food to arrive.
- As she vegged on the couch later that evening, the phone rang.
- But don't think for a minute that Jim Langer is spending all of that free time vegging out in front of the TV.
- Last summer I just vegged out, watched TV and let my brain turn to mush.
- He paid for our tickets while I vegged in those really comfy blue armchairs they have for you to sit in while you wait.
- After our huge feast the day prior, we didn't feel like going out and I was happy to veg out and do nothing.
- We found ourselves tempted just to veg out again - and couldn't even summon up guilt about it.
- Every good hangover deserves a great movie to veg in front of and you couldn't do much better than Toy Story 2.
- Then I vegged out on the couch, and watched ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ for like the fourth time in a month.
- They refuse to allow Mike to veg out and feel sorry for himself, and force him out to various social engagements.
- Do you choose to be active together as a family, or to veg out separately in front of your electronic companion of choice?
- Stay at home, open some wine, light some candles, put on some good music and just veg out with the dogs.
- After all that exercise, you'll want to veg out in one of two thermal pools at Elkhorn Hot Springs.
- From now on I'm going to spend less time vegging in front of the tv and more time listening to Radio 4.
- It leaves too many people wrecked, fit only to veg out in front of the box, eat a ready-meal then slump into bed.
- So we stayed in, watched the telly and generally vegged.
- Have you ever been so tired that you don't want to eat, can't bother to sleep and just want to sit and veg?
- Williams says he'd love to veg out in front of the tube during breaks, but he rarely does.
- And I've just been vegging out for the past 4 days, doing nothing, so there isn't really much else to say.
- I've cancelled all my plans until Friday… time to veg out, listen to music and recharge the batteries.
1verdura femininefruit and veg — frutas y verduras feminine
- It's one of those moments when I revel in the wonders of growing your own veg.
- Emily said she had eaten a meal of meat and two veg every day and she also enjoyed ‘a drop of sherry, but not much’.
- Eat five portions of fruit and veg a day, which can include tinned and frozen, and cut down on fat, salt and added sugar.
- Despite our awareness of what constitutes a healthy lifestyle, we can still be surprisingly unimaginative when it comes to fruit and veg.
- My favourite is meat and veg, but I do eat lots of fruit.
- Meat-eaters should also eat five pieces of fruit and veg a day, you know.
- Increasing the amount of fruit and veg you eat is a really positive step towards better health.
- However, the parsnip and potato mash was superb and there was no extra charge for the veg.
- Frozen garden peas are kept in the freezer as they go well with most meals but they are the only veg I buy which is frozen.
- There were huge fridges stocked with beautiful arrays of meat, fish and veg.
- There is a choice of hot meals including veg each day, with salad and fresh fruit also available.
- I try to eat as much fruit, veg, meat and fish as I can, along with a good dose of carbohydrates for energy as I dance for between one and 10 hours a day.
- I take regular exercise, I like fruit and veg and don't touch tobacco, but do have the odd drink or two.
- Only 13 per cent of men and 15 per cent of women eat more than five portions of fruit and veg a day.
- Use them in salads, on bruschetta or as a veg with barbecued chicken or fish.
- The food was a great experience too - squid, prawns, spring rolls and stir fried veg, rice and meat.
- 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.
- It is as if an entire nation that once ate meat and two veg at lunchtime now eats only sandwiches.