Juice (noun)

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


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


  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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