lemon squeezer


Also found in: Wikipedia.

lemon squeezer

n
1. (Tools) any of various devices for extracting the juice from citrus fruit
2. informal NZ a peaked hat with four indentations worn by the army on ceremonial occasions
Translations

lemon squeezer

[ˈlɛmənˌskwiːzəʳ] nspremilimoni m inv, spremiagrumi m inv
References in periodicals archive ?
Oakley Capital Private Equity III will invest in family-owned Alessi in order to assist in the development of the firm, which has previously designed the Anna G corkscrew and Juicy Salif lemon squeezer.
(It is also called a "New Departure" or "Lemon Squeezer" because of the rear grip safety.) The low serial number indicates yours is a First Model.
The Deputy Lord Lieutenant took the salute, as did Commander Tony Master RNZN, representatives of the Mercian Regiment, bugler Steve Taylor, members of the Royal British Legion and 93-years-old volunteer Ron Mattison, wearing the uniform and 'lemon squeezer' hat of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade.
The presentation of the food was very classy to be fair, as it was served on a huge square dish with the chips served in a mini fryer with a lemon squeezer.
He came dressed in a First World War uniform and wearing a solider's hat known as a 'lemon squeezer'.
Lemon squeezer missing a porcelain or glass bowl that held a lemon half.
His most famous design is a lemon squeezer. Bodyguard star Kevin Costner is 64.
Amazon is even selling a set of eight kitchen tools, including a lemon squeezer, egg separator and cheese grater, that fit into one sleek bottle that can also act as a measuring cup, funnel and vase.
My partner devoured his perfect chicken tikka chunks, which were served with a similar salad garnish and lemon squeezer. The chicken was really tender and warm and the seasoning was quite mild.
Blomus Callista lemon squeezer, PS27, black-by-design.co.uk Below: Get your regular caffeine fix with this striking coffee machine.
To extract the juice, halve the fruit around the middle and squeeze the halves on a lemon squeezer.
The stunning wood sculpture, chiselled and painted by hand, features a cathedral-shaped wagon with a dome that looks like a lemon squeezer. Instead of wheels, the wagon is supported by three levers manipulated by life-sized figures of three identical, bespectacled men, dressed as football referees.