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1. An appliance that is used to extract juice from fruits and vegetables.
a. One who drinks liquor or alcoholic beverages habitually or excessively.
b. One who regularly uses a steroid or similar substance to enhance athletic performance.
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(Cookery) a kitchen appliance, usually operated by electricity, for extracting juice from fruits and vegetables. Also called: juice extractor
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1. an appliance for extracting juice from fruits and vegetables.
2. Slang. a heavy and usu. habitual drinker of alcohol.
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|Noun||1.||juicer - a person who drinks alcoholic beverages (especially to excess)|
consumer - a person who uses goods or services
bar fly - a drinker who frequents bars
drunk - someone who is intoxicated
guzzler - someone who drinks heavily (especially alcoholic beverages); "he's a beer guzzler every night"
moderationist - a moderate drinker (as opposed to a total abstainer)
|2.||juicer - a squeezer with a conical ridged center that is used for squeezing juice from citrus fruit|
squeezer - a kitchen utensil for squeezing juice from fruit
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