Pretty sure 'veggies' was accepted on another question... but I guess I understand if it is not accepted.
I guess in Italian this is used as a "collective noun" like water or sand in English. In Italian you also say "frutta e verdura" and not "frutte e verdure".
Veggies isn't a word in the dictionary. The infantilization of the English language! Totes sad bro
Yes - I'm sure that, with a capital L at the beginning of Lei, it can also mean "you".
Why not the common UK abbreviation "veg". I'm getting RSI typing "vegetables" so often!