Pig out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To pig out is to eat a lot of or too much food.

Informal English

Examples of use:

1. We pigged out on fish and chips.

2. You’ll never lose weight if you keep pigging out on biscuits.

3. I pigged out on birthday cake on my birthday.

4. He pigs out on pizza and beer every Saturday night.

pig out
present simple
pig out and pigs out
-ing form
pigging out
past simple
pigged out
past participle
pigged out

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