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juice

noun uk   us   /dʒuːs/

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).
(Definition of juice from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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