In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(líquido)juicejugo de tomate/naranja — tomato/orange juice
- el jugo de la carne — the meat juices
2coloquial(sustancia)substanceeste artículo tiene mucho jugo — this article has a lot of substance
- sacarle el jugo a algo — to make the most of sth
- sacamos el jugo al tiempo que estuvimos allí — we made the most of / we got a lot out of our time there
- les saca el jugo a sus obreros — he gets everything he can out of his workforce
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