Juice (noun)

  1. The liquid part that can be extracted from fruits and vegetables.
  2. An energy or enthusiasm.

Origin:

Middle english jus, from old french jus, from latin jus "broth, sauce", from juvare "to help".

Examples:

  1. She squeezed the juice from the orange.
  2. The juice of the apple is sweet.
  3. He had a lot of juice left in him.
  4. She had a lot of juice in her voice.
  5. The juice of the strawberries is really good.
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