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  1. From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary
    the activity of watching TV for an extended period of time, e.g. several episodes of a series

    The truth about binge-watching is right there in the name. When we binge-eat and binge-drink we don’t just chug glasses of Château Lafite or stuff our faces with lobster. ... Instead we drink watery beer and down potato chips. ... Presented with a chance to binge-watch, people do.

    Submitted from United Kingdom on 22/11/2013

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