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juice

 (jo͞os)
n.
1.
a. A fluid naturally contained in plant or animal tissue: fruit juice; meat braised in its own juices.
b. A bodily secretion: digestive juices.
c. The liquid contained in something that is chiefly solid.
2. A beverage made from fruit juice or fruit-flavored syrup that is often combined with sweeteners, water, or other ingredients.
3. A substance or quality that imparts identity and vitality; essence.
4. Slang Vigorous life; vitality.
5. Slang Political power or influence; clout.
6. Slang
a. Electric current.
b. Fuel for an engine.
7. Slang Funds; money.
8. Slang
a. Alcoholic drink, especially liquor.
b. A substance, such as a steroid, taken to enhance performance in an athletic event.
9. Slang Racy or scandalous gossip.
v.tr. juiced, juic·ing, juic·es
To extract the juice from.
v.intr. Slang
1. To drink alcoholic beverages excessively.
2. To take a steroid or other substance to enhance athletic performance.
Phrasal Verb:
juice up Slang
To give energy, spirit, or interest to.

[Middle English jus, from Old French, from Latin iūs.]

juice

(dʒuːs)
n
1. (Biology) any liquid that occurs naturally in or is secreted by plant or animal tissue: the juice of an orange; digestive juices.
2. informal
a. fuel for an engine, esp petrol
b. electricity
c. alcoholic drink
3.
a. vigour or vitality
b. essence or fundamental nature
4. stew in one's own juice See stew110
vb
(Cookery) to extract juice from (fruits or vegetables) in order to drink
[C13: from Old French jus, from Latin]
ˈjuiceless adj

juice

(dʒus)

n., v. juiced, juic•ing. n.
1. the natural fluid that can be extracted from a plant, esp. a fruit: orange juice.
2. the liquid part of a plant or animal substance.
3. the natural fluids of an animal body: gastric juices.
4. any extracted liquid.
5. essence; spirit.
6. strength or vitality.
7. Slang.
a. electricity.
b. gasoline or fuel oil.
8. Slang. alcoholic liquor.
9. Slang.
a. money obtained by extortion.
b. money loaned at exorbitant interest rates.
c. the interest rate itself.
10. Slang. influence; power.
11. Informal. gossip or scandal.
v.t.
12. to extract juice from.
v.i.
13. juice up,
a. to add power, energy, or speed to; strengthen.
b. to add excitement to.
[1250–1300; Middle English ju(i)s < Old French jus < Latin jūs broth, sauce, juice]
juice′less, adj.

juice


Past participle: juiced
Gerund: juicing

Imperative
juice
juice
Present
I juice
you juice
he/she/it juices
we juice
you juice
they juice
Preterite
I juiced
you juiced
he/she/it juiced
we juiced
you juiced
they juiced
Present Continuous
I am juicing
you are juicing
he/she/it is juicing
we are juicing
you are juicing
they are juicing
Present Perfect
I have juiced
you have juiced
he/she/it has juiced
we have juiced
you have juiced
they have juiced
Past Continuous
I was juicing
you were juicing
he/she/it was juicing
we were juicing
you were juicing
they were juicing
Past Perfect
I had juiced
you had juiced
he/she/it had juiced
we had juiced
you had juiced
they had juiced
Future
I will juice
you will juice
he/she/it will juice
we will juice
you will juice
they will juice
Future Perfect
I will have juiced
you will have juiced
he/she/it will have juiced
we will have juiced
you will have juiced
they will have juiced
Future Continuous
I will be juicing
you will be juicing
he/she/it will be juicing
we will be juicing
you will be juicing
they will be juicing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been juicing
you have been juicing
he/she/it has been juicing
we have been juicing
you have been juicing
they have been juicing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been juicing
you will have been juicing
he/she/it will have been juicing
we will have been juicing
you will have been juicing
they will have been juicing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been juicing
you had been juicing
he/she/it had been juicing
we had been juicing
you had been juicing
they had been juicing
Conditional
I would juice
you would juice
he/she/it would juice
we would juice
you would juice
they would juice
Past Conditional
I would have juiced
you would have juiced
he/she/it would have juiced
we would have juiced
you would have juiced
they would have juiced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.juice - the liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue by squeezing or cookingjuice - the liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue by squeezing or cooking
food product, foodstuff - a substance that can be used or prepared for use as food
pan gravy, gravy - the seasoned but not thickened juices that drip from cooking meats; often a little water is added
lemon juice - usually freshly squeezed juice of lemons
lime juice - usually freshly squeezed juice of limes
papaya juice - juice from papayas
tomato juice - the juice of tomatoes (usually bottled or canned)
carrot juice - usually freshly squeezed juice of carrots
V-8 juice - brand name for canned mixed vegetable juices
2.juice - energetic vitality; "her creative juices were flowing"
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
vim, vitality, energy - a healthy capacity for vigorous activity; "jogging works off my excess energy"; "he seemed full of vim and vigor"
3.juice - electric current; "when the wiring was finished they turned on the juice"
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
current, electric current - a flow of electricity through a conductor; "the current was measured in amperes"
4.juice - any of several liquids of the body; "digestive juices"
bodily fluid, body fluid, liquid body substance, humour, humor - the liquid parts of the body
cancer juice - a milky substance found in certain cancerous growths
digestive fluid, digestive juice - secretions that aid digestion

juice

1.
noun liquid, extract, fluid, liquor, sap, nectar the juice of about six lemons
1. secretion, serum the digestive juices of the human intestinal tract
Translations
عُصارات هَضْمِيَّهعُصارات، سَوائِلعُصارَه، عَصيرعصيرعَصِيرٌ
šťáva
saft=-juicejuicekraftmavesaft
suko
mahl
mehu
sok
dzsúsz
safidjúsmeltingarsafi
ジュース
주스
sultingassultingumassultys
sula
suc
šťava
sok
juicesaft
น้ำผลไม้
meyve suyumeyve/sebze suyuözsusalgısuyu
nước ép

juice

[dʒuːs]
A. N
1. [of fruit, vegetable] → jugo m, zumo m (Sp); [of meat] → jugo m
2. (= petrol) → gasolina f
3. (= electricity) → corriente f
4. (Anat) digestive juices NPLjugos mpl digestivos, jugos mpl gástricos
B. CPD juice extractor N (Brit) → exprimidor m eléctrico

juice

[ˈdʒuːs]
n [fruit] → jus m
orange juice → jus d'orange
vt [+ fruit, vegetables] → faire du jus de
juices npl [meat] → jus m digestive juices

juice

n
(of fruit, meat)Saft m
usu pl (of body)Körpersäfte pl
(inf: = electricity, petrol) → Saft m (inf)

juice

[dʒuːs] n
a. (of fruit) → succo; (of meat) → sugo
b. (in stomach) juices nplsucchi mpl gastrici
c. (fam) (petrol) → benzina; (electricity) → corrente f turn on the juiceaccendi la luce

juice

(dʒuːs) noun
1. the liquid part of fruits or vegetables. She squeezed the juice out of the orange; tomato juice.
2. (often in plural) the fluid contained in meat. Roasting meat in tin foil helps to preserve the juices.
3. (in plural) fluid contained in the organs of the body, eg to help digestion. digestive/gastric juices.
ˈjuicy adjective
ˈjuiciness noun

juice

عَصِيرٌ šťáva saft Saft χυμός jugo, zumo mehu jus sok succo ジュース 주스 sap juice sok suco, sumo сок juice น้ำผลไม้ meyve suyu nước ép 果汁

juice

n. jugo, zumo, líquido extraído o segregado;
apple ______ de manzana;
carrot ______ de zanahoria;
gastric ______ gástrico;
grape ______ de uva;
grapefruit ______ de toronja;
intestinal ______ intestinal;
pancreatic ______ pancreático;
pineapple ______ de piña;
plum ______ de ciruela.

juice

n jugo, zumo (esp. Esp); grapefruit — jugo de toronja, zumo de pomelo (esp. Esp)
References in classic literature ?
I split the melons with an old corn-knife, and we lifted out the hearts and ate them with the juice trickling through our fingers.
The place was damp, the air acrid with the smell of stale tobacco juice, and foul with the presence of many unwashed humans.
yet are they clearly wholesome, the more espe- cially when one doth assuage the asperities of their nature by admixture of the tranquilizing juice of the wayward cabbage --"
In a barrel of odds and ends it is different; things get mixed up, and the juice kind of swaps around, and the things go better.
Sometimes, to make it a more sovereign specific, he was so kind as to squeeze orange juice into it, or to stir it up with ginger, or dissolve a peppermint drop in it; and although I cannot assert that the flavour was improved by these experiments, or that it was exactly the compound one would have chosen for a stomachic, the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning, I drank it gratefully and was very sensible of his attention.
They used to make their lemonade out of the juice of wild oranges, sweetened with honey which they got from the bees' nests in hollow trees.
juice of mulberries; Pigment was a sweet and rich liquor, composed
Some of your servants were to have private orders to strew a poisonous juice on your shirts and sheets, which would soon make you tear your own flesh, and die in the utmost torture.
It happened one day that I passed a tree under which lay several dry gourds, and catching one up I amused myself with scooping out its contents and pressing into it the juice of several bunches of grapes which hung from every bush.
Is not also the operation which converts the juice of food into blood easily comprehended, when it is considered that it is distilled by passing and repassing through the heart perhaps more than one or two hundred times in a day?
The bird, drunk with the juice, was quite powerless.
Come, juice of the grape, and chase away my sorrows.