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Date: 1200-1300
Language: Old French
Origin: jus, from Latin

juice

1 noun
     
juice
Related topics: Food, Drink, Power
juice1
1 [uncountable and countable]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 cooked
3

gastric/digestive juice(s)

HBH the liquid inside your stomach that helps you to digest food
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)

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