Translation of juice in Spanish:


jugo, n.

Pronunciation /dʒuːs//dʒus/


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    • 1.1

      (from fruit, meat) jugo masculine
      (fruit drink) jugo masculine
      (fruit drink) zumo masculine Spain
      it cooks in its own juices se cuece en su propio jugo
      • Fruit and vegetable juices are loaded with vitamins and minerals.
      • Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine the vinegar, lemon juice, oil, salt and pepper.
      • To the cold syrup add the extracted juice and mix by stirring.
      • For the thirsty, there are stalls specializing in freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices, papaya milk shakes and cold teas.
      • She cursed to herself for drinking all that fruit juice.
      • For fruits low in acid, add lemon juice or other acid ingredients as directed.
      • Water is the most common beverage, but coconut water and fruit juices also are drunk.
      • Add mustard and all of the herbs and spices to the white sauce then add lemon juice.
      • Beat the eggs with the sugar add the lemon juice and stir.
      • Stick to bottled water and canned soft drinks, fruit juices, and alcoholic beverages.
      • Pizzas are grilled, and kebabs threaded with bread between the chunks of meat, to soak up their juices as they cook.
      • Add the olive oil and lemon juice, salt and pepper and mulch in your hands.
      • Brush each piece of lamb with Dijon mustard, then roll in the breadcrumbs (this will stop the puff pastry from absorbing the juices when it is cooking).
      • Baste with cooking juices throughout for golden crispy skin.
      • Piercing the meat with a fork can release juices and fat that can cause flame flare-ups.
      • Allowing a roast or a whole fish to rest after being cooked so the juices can work themselves through the meat is slow cooking, too.
      • Pour and add the lemon juice, salt, honey, pepper and olive oil in a vessel.
      • The rotation slowly cooks the meat in its own juices and allows easy access for continuous basting.
      • I just serve it with the cooking juices and lemon wedges to squeeze over it.
      • Pour the fig dressing into the pan, stirring to combine with the meat juices, then drizzle around the liver and serve.
      • Combine oil, vinegar, lemon juice, salt, sugar, and herbs in a small saucepan.
      • Add the lemon juice and cider vinegar to the pulp.
      • We drink tall mojitos, juleps made with lime juice, rum, and crushed mint.
      • Replace fruit juice and soft drinks with ice water.
      • Drink plenty of fruit juices, like orange juice and grape juice.
      • A good way to break the habit of skipping breakfast is to make and drink fresh fruit or vegetable juices.
      • Pour on the marinade juices and cook for one hour in a medium oven.
      • Leave a thin layer of fat on steaks, chops, and roasts during cooking to seal in juices.
      • Serve with fresh fruit and maple syrup or lemon juice and sugar.
      • Transfer the mixture to a bowl and stir in the vinegar, lemon juice and mustard, then slowly add the olive oil.
      • At this point the vegetables should be cooked but not colored, and there should be cooking juices at the bottom of the pan.
      • For each mojito we use the juice from one whole lime - and a little of that green skin.
      • Soft drinks, fruit juices, and mineral waters are widely available.
      • Add the garlic, parsley, thyme, salt and pepper and cook for 5 min or until the juices almost cook away.
      • They ate food cooked in their juices over fires fuelled from their husks, and used antiseptic squeezed from them on cuts.
      • Choose water, club soda, diet soda, fruit juice, tea and coffee first.
      • I drink only orange juice, never tea or coffee, which would only increase my level of impatience.
      • The fact that you don't need an electrical appliance to extract juice from a watermelon also comes as a blessing for these vendors.
      • There is a selection of imported fruit juices and soft drinks.
      • Cook meat thoroughly; juices should be brown, not pink or red.
      • Add the pickled sloes to the cooking juices and warm through.
      • First of all pub visits would mean drinking cola or orange juice.
      • He griped because I had drunk all his orange juice.
      • For palates that have grown up with an array of soft drinks and fruit juices, that flavor profile can be a little too intense.
      • Place the lemon juice, mustard, salt, pepper and oil in a screw-top jar and shake well.
      • Sprinkle with the lemon juice, pepper and add the remaining parsley.
      • Add lemon juice, pepper, and reserved meatballs and mushrooms.
      • So take your mother's advice and drink some orange juice!
      • Pass the cooking juices through a food mill into a saucepan and stir in the lemon juice.
      • Once the cheese has melted, add lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste.
      • Cook all meats completely (the juices should be clear and there should be no pink areas).
      • It is also used for other natural products, including fruit juices, beer, wine and honey.
      • Since I like doing things by hand I have always extracted juices the old fashioned way.
      • Drizzle olive oil over everything and add the juice of one lemon and one lime.
      • Add four tbsp of the juices to the shredded meat, taste for seasoning and adjust accordingly.
      • Since the surgery, the woman has eaten strawberries and chocolate and drunk coffee and fruit juice, her doctors said.
      • Strain the cooking juices into a saucepan and boil to reduce by half.
      • Strain in the juices and oil from cooking until you have a smooth paste.
      • Watch out for acidic drinks, such as fizzy drinks and fruit juices, as they can cause tooth erosion.
      • Last time James had stomach problems after drinking too much orange juice.

    • 1.2Physiology

      jugo masculine
      • Tastes abound, but smells, the scents that get the salivary juices running, are absent.
      • Stomach juices must break them into small pieces before they can be absorbed through the stomach wall and enter the bloodstream, Phillips says.
      • The acids and digestive juices in the stomach and intestines would break down and destroy insulin if it was swallowed, so it can't be taken in a pill.
      • Like peppermint, it helps your body expel gas, but it also stimulates your digestive juices.
      • This gland secretes digestive juices that help in breaking down foods.
      • The pancreas makes and secretes digestive juices and enzymes, which help break down fats, carbohydrates and proteins.
      • It usually starts in the inner lining of the tube that the digestive juices flow through.
      • Digestive problems may occur if the cancer blocks the release of pancreatic juices into the bowel.
      • People under stress may also bolt their food, creating extra work for their digestive juices.
      • Gall stones may lodge at the intersection, causing obstruction to the flow of pancreatic juices or bile.
      • Artichoke leaf extract stimulates digestive juices like saliva and bile to help you break down food.
      • Just a bite or two to get the stomach juices churning.
      • The stomach releases digestive juices and absorbs the resulting soup.
      • It stores digestive juices that are made by the liver.
      • Further, if the digestive juices are slowed in their transit, constipation occurs.
      • The essential oils found in the leaves even aid digestion by increasing the flow of digestive juices.
      • Large meals put increased demands on digestion, since your body is only able to produce a certain volume of digestive juices.
      • Does it need stomach juices to disintegrate or is my aspirin no good?
      • Chewing food thoroughly makes smaller food particles that dissolve much more easily in the digestive juices in the gut.
      • Hydrolysis also goes on in the strongly acid digestive juices of the stomach.

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    • 2.1slang (liquid fuel)

      combustible masculine

    • 2.2slang (electricity)

      luz feminine informal
      • Such electronics suck a lot of juice - power that the beefy hydrogen cells ably supply.
      • Switches, outlets and fixtures are the gateways through which your electrical juice pours.
      • Supplying the juice for all this electrical stuff is the next problem.
      • You need electric juice to mix up all those fruity summer drinks to be enjoyed poolside.
      • There is no need to wait on the engine as there is plenty of electric juice to launch the vehicle.

    • 2.3US slang (vitality)

      vida feminine
      she's still full of juice sigue tan llena de vida
      • Stuck for ideas, they went to the pub to top up their creative juices.
      • To help their creative juices flow, the students were divided into four groups of seven.
      • There is still time to get the creative juices running and this could be a profitable exercise as the prize money on offer in the competition has increased this year.
      • Fantasies start to flow, and so do Sarah's creative juices.
      • But the creative juices have somewhat dried up - for now - and I think it's time I took a break from writing.
      • My creative juices boil at the prospect of national stardom.
      • When we're excited about a project, our creative juices and mental faculties are in full gear.
      • Flavors get lighter and fruitier in the spring and that sap-rising energy gets creative juices flowing, and pouring.
      • ‘Too often, directors starve the creative juices of the actors,’ McDonald explains.
      • With party think tanks, big and small, uncorking their creative juices, seminal works take centre stage and artistic expressions reach for the stars.
      • Eating outside usually got her creative juices flowing.
      • The creative juices were flowing in Hacketstown recently as the town's young people looked to their own town for inspiration.
      • Budding film writers are to be offered help to set their creative juices free with a new course in Lancaster.
      • In fact, we'll be using the furniture, posts, doors and other fixtures in ways guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing.
      • Let your creative juices flow, draw inspiration and give words.
      • That's what you need to stimulate the creative juices!
      • But think how it could loosen up your creative juices.
      • An architect by profession, Noel let his creative juices loose on the project.
      • I'm frequently lacking any any creative juices, and feedback is good.
      • Parenthood, it seems, gets everyone's creative juices flowing.

    • 2.4US slang (alcohol)

      bebida feminine
      he's hitting the juice again le está dando a la bebida otra vez informal

transitive verb

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    (lemon/orange) exprimir
    • If people don't like eating vegetables, they suggest juicing them.
    • I've started eating mince pies, and can't seem to stop, but I'm still juicing the veggies, so hopefully it will balance itself out.
    • It can juice fruit and vegetables as well as other leafy greens with the greatest of ease.
    • When an orange is juiced, fibre and other health-giving elements are left behind.
    • Eating the fruit or extracting the seeds and juicing them is time-consuming and messy (the juice stains).
    • The industrial-strength stainless steel cutting blade is designed to juice fruits and vegetables.
    • Remember that the next time you let your toddler play in the garden, or the next time you juice a carrot without scrubbing it first.
    • If this sounds too boring you can spice it up by juicing, eating raw, poaching or baking the food.
    • In another bowl, zest and juice the lemons and limes, then fold through the cream.
    • Since fruits and vegetables are juiced raw, the enzymes are still viable when you drink the juice.
    • My mother had often sprinkled the multifaceted, ruby-like pomegranate seeds on fruit salads at Thanksgiving and Christmas, but I had never considered juicing the fruit.
    • I watched him this morning juicing a grapefruit, guava, blood orange, mango, plums, and grapes and pouring the elixir into a giant glass pitcher.