or binge·watch, binge watch
[ binj-woch ]
/ ˈbɪndʒˌwɒtʃ /
verb (used with object)
to watch (multiple videos, episodes of a TV show, etc.) in one sitting or over a short period of time: We binge-watched two seasons of the show in two days.
verb (used without object)
to engage in this activity.
The Issue With Casually Using The Word “Binge”When we enjoy things, it is normal for us to indulge in them. There is even a handy little word we pull out just for these instances of indulging in something we love: “binge.” But, is using this word making light of serious disorders?
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