Definitions for vegvɛdʒ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
veg*vɛdʒ(n.; v.)(pl.)vegged, veg•ging.
(n.)Chiefly Brit.a vegetable.
Category: British, Informal
(v.i.)to relax passively, esp. while watching television; vegetate (often fol. by out).
Category: Informal, Verb Phrase
* veg, Informal..
Origin of veg:
1940–45; by shortening
to vegetate; to engage in complete inactivity; to rest
After working hard all week, I decided to stay home and veg on Saturday.
A unit of subjective weight, equivalent to the perceived weight of lifting 100 grams.