Definition of juice noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

      

    juice

     noun
    noun
    BrE BrE//dʒuːs//
     
    ; NAmE NAmE//dʒuːs//
     
    Soft drinks
     
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  1. 1  [uncountable, countable] the liquid that comes from fruit or vegetables; a drink made from this Add the juice of two lemons. a carton of apple juice Two orange juices, please. See related entries: Soft drinks
  2. 2[countable, usually plural, uncountable] the liquid that comes out of a piece of meat when it is cooked Use the juices of the meat to make gravy.
  3. 3[countable, usually plural] the liquid in the stomach that helps you to digest food digestive/gastric juices
  4. 4[uncountable] (informal, especially British English) petrol/gas
  5. 5[uncountable] (North American English, informal) electricity
  6. Word Origin Middle English: via Old French from Latin jus ‘broth, vegetable juice’.Extra examples Sprinkle the avocado slices with lemon juice. The juice from the meat is used to make the sauce. the grated rind and juice of two lemonsIdioms
    let somebody stew in their own juice
     
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    (informal) to leave somebody to worry and suffer the unpleasant effects of their own actions
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: juice