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    #1

    Wink veggies in UK

    Hello, I just would like to ask if "veggies" is used also for vegetable in UK.
    Thanks,
    Marketa.

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    Re: veggies in UK

    More usually just 'veg' (as in "meat and two veg"). A veggie is a vegetarian (someone who doesn't eat meat).

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    Re: veggies in UK

    Yes, in very informal speech, but it's not very common.

    "I need to pop down to the supermarket to get some veggies"

    I am not a teacher.

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    #4

    Re: veggies in UK



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