intransitive verbvegged, veg·ging, veg·ges Informal
Origin of vegShort for vegetate.
(plural vegs or veg)
- (colloquial) vegetable.
- In colloquial speech this is usually pluralized simply as "veg."
- In writing this may or may not be followed by a period to mark it as an abbreviation.
(third-person singular simple present vegges, present participle vegging, simple past and past participle vegged)
- veg out
Coined in a 1948 paper in the American Journal of Psychology by Robert S. Harper and S. S. Stevens.,