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veg

  • "vegetable". To become incoherent and un-responsive. To shut out the world.
    Wizard sat on the couch and just veg'ed out.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Glass Wizard from Waupaca, WI, USA on Feb 19 1999.

  • be idle, sedentary, chill-out. Pronounced with soft "j" (rhymes with "wedge"). Etymology: Short for "vegetate." Also veg-out.
    Speaker 1: Do you want to do anything tonight?

    Speaker 2: No, let's just veg-out and watch TV.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Stephen J. from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 26 2008.

verb

  • relax, rest.
    I'm just going to sit here and veg today.

    Last edited on Jan 04 2006. Submitted by John F. from Barberton, OH, USA on Jan 04 2006.

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vlog

noun

  • video log, running series of short videos posted online.
    Check out the wicked skateboard tricks on my vlog.

    Last edited on Feb 26 2008. Submitted by Stephen J. from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 26 2008.

verb

  • to upload short video clips to a personal or news site.
    We've vlogged more election coverage and commentary to our website.

    Last edited on Feb 26 2008. Submitted by Stephen J. from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 26 2008.

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