Slang – Pig out.
Meaning – To eat too much or to eat a lot. To make a pig of yourself
This slang expression is a phrasal verb and it is not separable.
The pig is regarded as a greedy animal. By pigging out you are behaving like a pig.
- “I’m not feeling great today. Last night I pigged out on pizza and fried chicken!”
In The News:
- Bring home the bacon (idiom) – Earn money for your family.
- Piggy bank (photo vocabulary)
- Pigs might fly (idiom) – This expression is said about something that has no chance of happening.
What is Slang?
Slang is informal language that is not considered standard or formal, and is typically used by specific groups of people or in specific contexts. It often includes words, phrases, and expressions that are not widely used in the mainstream, and can vary depending on region, social group, and age group. Slang is often used to express humour, sarcasm, or solidarity, but can also be controversial or offensive.