to pig out - What is the meaning?

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What is the meaning of "to pig out" idiom?

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Idiom Scenario 1:


Paul has been doing very well maintaining his diet.  Most of the time he can resist the temptation to eat junk food.  In fact, Paul's resolve is so strong that he has lost forty kilograms, but, every once in a while, Paul can not resist the temptation to eat his favorite junk food, donuts.  Every once in a while, Paul will fall off the diet wagon, buy a dozen donuts and ...
pig out until he eats them all.
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Idiom Definition:


"to pig out"
to eat a great amount of food at one time
 
Synonyms:
binge, devour, feast, feed, glut, glutton, gobble, gorge, gulp, guzzle, overeat, overindulge, scarf, shovel, stuff, wolf
 
 
This pig is pigging out. - - - - ->  a pig wearing a yellow shirt , brown suspenders and a green and orange striped tie is consuming a large pie using a knife and fork.




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Idiom Scenario 2:


Stacey and Kim, two young girls, have been out collecting candy one Halloween night.  They have collected a great deal of candy.  The two girls have decided to go to Kim's house to admire all the candy they have collected.  As they admire their candy, of course they are eating some.  Both girls sort their candy into different types in order of their preferences.  When they have sorted out their favorites, they begin to eat a lot of candy until Kim's mother calls to the girls ...
"Don't you girls pig out on too much candy!"
If the girls pig out on candy, will they have stomachaches?
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Idiom Usage:

This idiom is very informal.
This idiom is often in the form:
"to pig out (on some kind of food)"

 
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Gerund Form of the Idiom:

Pigging out can be a lot of fun but bad for your diet.
 
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Idiom Conjugations:

 
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