can't get enough

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can't get enough (third-person singular simple present can't get enough, no present participle, simple past couldn't get enough, no past participle)

  1. (idiomatic) Greatly enjoys; likes a lot.
    We'll need to bake more of those new chicken and mushroom pies. The customers can't get enough.
    • 2011 September 19, Jeanne Beker, “Beker: Fun, fearlessness reign at New York fashion week”, in Toronto Star[1]:
      With so many labels, so much fashion information and incessant celebrity style hype, it seems we all can't get enough of the scene and its material trappings.