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juice

noun uk   /dʒuːs/ us  

juice noun (LIQUID)

A1 [U] the liquid that comes from fruit or vegetables: orange/lemon/grapefruit/carrot juice a carton of apple juicejuices the liquid in meat: Fry the meat first to seal in the juices.
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juice noun (POWER)

[U] US slang power or influence: My cousin Gianni's got all the juice in this neighborhood.

juice noun (ABILITY)

juices informal energy: This early in the morning it's hard to get the creative juices flowing (= to start thinking of good ideas).
Translations of “juice”
in Korean 쥬스…
in Arabic عَصير…
in French jus, suc…
in Turkish meyve/sebze suyu…
in Italian succo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 液體, (水果、蔬菜的)汁,液…
in Russian сок…
in Polish sok…
in Spanish zumo, jugo…
in Portuguese suco…
in German der Saft…
in Catalan suc…
in Japanese ジュース…
in Chinese (Simplified) 液体, (水果、蔬菜的)汁,液…
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