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juicy

adjective uk   us   /ˈdʒuː.si/

juicy adjective (LIQUID)

B1 Juicy foods contain a lot of juice, which makes them very enjoyable to eat: a nice juicy orange/steak

juicy adjective (GOOD)

C2 [before noun] informal used to describe information that is especially interesting because it is shocking or personal: I've got some really juicy gossip for you. [before noun] informal big, important, or of a high quality: If sales continue like this, we should be showing a nice juicy profit at the end of the year.
juiciness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
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