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juice in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjuicejuice1 /dʒuːs/ ●●● S2 noun  1 orange_juice.jpg [countable, uncountable]DFDFD the liquid that comes from fruit and vegetables, or a drink that is made from this a carton of orange juice A Coke and a tomato juice, please.2 [countable usually plural]DF the liquid that comes out of meat when it is cooked3 gastric/digestive juice(s)4 [uncountable] informalTP something that produces power, such as petrol or electricity Okay, turn on the juice. stew in your own juice at stew2(2)
Examples from the Corpus
juiceMix together the lemon juice and freshly squeezed orange juice, then stir in the caster sugar.Add chili sauce and lime juice and continue simmering, stirring frequently, until sauce thickens, 8 to 10 minutes.You can substitute lime juice for lemon juice in a recipe.Give it a little more juice.As soon as a leaf dries, it begins to dull, lacking the luminescence that one full of juices has.He pushed the pad aside, took a sip of orange juice, wiped his forehead, and went on typing.orange juicePour juices into a saucepan and reduce.Fold the reduced juice into the sour cream.Strain juices into a saucepan and add jelly, wine, ginger, cayenne, and mustard.carton of ... juiceHe's hardly a bloody martyr for being hit by a carton of juice, is he?Or chucks cartons of orange juice.Miguel went straight to the refrigerator, grabbed the half-empty carton of orange juice.Careta got up, draining the carton of juice.There was the carton of juice tipped over outside the hide and the paper from the biscuits.When I go to their gigs they all walk around with cartons of orange juice.