noun, plural veg, veg·es. Chiefly British. Informal.
verb (used without object), vegged, veg·ging. Slang.
to relax in a mindless way (usually fol. by out): We vegged out all weekend, watching the soccer channel and ordering pizza. Tonight I'll go home and veg with a good book.
Origin of veg
First recorded in 1940–45; by shortening
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Cut from the joint and two vegs, puddin' to follow, with a glass of stout to wash it down.Mrs. Bindle
informal a vegetable or vegetables
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since 1898 as an abbreviation of vegetable, vegetarian. As a verb, colloquially short for vegetate, by 1985 (usually with out).
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