Definición de juice en inglés:

juice

Silabificación: juice
Pronunciación: /jo͞os
 
/

sustantivo

1The liquid obtained from or present in fruit or vegetables: add the juice of a lemon
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Once the cheese has melted, add lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste.
  • Add mustard and all of the herbs and spices to the white sauce then add lemon juice.
  • Combine oil, vinegar, lemon juice, salt, sugar, and herbs in a small saucepan.
Sinónimos
liquid, fluid, sap; extract; nectar
1.1A drink made from fruit or vegetable juice: a carton of orange juice
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  • Since the surgery, the woman has eaten strawberries and chocolate and drunk coffee and fruit juice, her doctors said.
  • Choose water, club soda, diet soda, fruit juice, tea and coffee first.
  • I drink only orange juice, never tea or coffee, which would only increase my level of impatience.
1.2 (juices) Fluid secreted by the body, especially in the stomach to help digest food.
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  • Artichoke leaf extract stimulates digestive juices like saliva and bile to help you break down food.
  • The pancreas makes and secretes digestive juices and enzymes, which help break down fats, carbohydrates and proteins.
  • It usually starts in the inner lining of the tube that the digestive juices flow through.
1.3 (juices) The liquid that comes from meat or other food when cooked.
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  • Cook meat thoroughly; juices should be brown, not pink or red.
  • Pour on the marinade juices and cook for one hour in a medium oven.
  • Pass the cooking juices through a food mill into a saucepan and stir in the lemon juice.
1.4 informal Electrical energy: the batteries have run out of juice
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  • Switches, outlets and fixtures are the gateways through which your electrical juice pours.
  • There is no need to wait on the engine as there is plenty of electric juice to launch the vehicle.
  • You need electric juice to mix up all those fruity summer drinks to be enjoyed poolside.
1.5 informal Gasoline: he ran out of juice on the last lap
1.6North American informal Influence or power, especially in a political or business context: Lucchese was involved in the case and he had a certain amount of juice around the city
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  • As the P.A.'s clerk, I was some sort of a big shot myself; in con jargon, I had a lot of ‘juice’.
  • You should have enough juice to get the Agency to cooperate with you.
1.7North American informal Alcoholic drink.
1.8North American informal Anabolic steroids.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The third argument, of course, is that barring steroids is all about fairness; that it's iniquitous when some players are on the juice and others aren't.
  • Want evidence that the steroid crackdown is working and the players aren't using using juice as much?
  • I still don't believe the juice use is as widespread as he would like us to think.
1.9 (juices) A person’s vitality or creative faculties: it saps the creative juices
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  • When we're excited about a project, our creative juices and mental faculties are in full gear.
  • My creative juices boil at the prospect of national stardom.
  • Flavors get lighter and fruitier in the spring and that sap-rising energy gets creative juices flowing, and pouring.
Sinónimos
energy, power, stamina, steam

verbo

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1Extract the juice from (fruit or vegetables): juice one orange at a time
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  • My mother had often sprinkled the multifaceted, ruby-like pomegranate seeds on fruit salads at Thanksgiving and Christmas, but I had never considered juicing the fruit.
  • Eating the fruit or extracting the seeds and juicing them is time-consuming and messy (the juice stains).
  • If people don't like eating vegetables, they suggest juicing them.
2 (juice something up) North American informal Liven something up: they juiced it up with some love interest
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  • In fact, it's almost as if the situation of a love letter juices them up and gives them some of their best prose that they can then put into their fiction.
  • Anytime the pace seems to flag (it does so with clockwork precision) the music is juiced up and things explode and then our heroes are back where they started - negotiating even bigger plot-holes.
  • Portfolios have sunk along with the technology stocks that juiced them up.
3 (as adjective juiced) North American informal Drunk.

Origen

Middle English: via Old French from Latin jus 'broth, vegetable juice'.

Derivativos

juiceless

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In front of a bristling, Bristol crowd Pietersen pounded a quite astonishing innings that transformed England from a juiceless juggernaut into a valiant vehicle still on the winning track.
  • After spending time with Gina and contemplating my own woefully juiceless existence, I resolved to do something about it.
  • Words, he says, are useless; they've been used up until they're thoroughly juiceless.

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