juicer

noun
juic·er | \ ˈjü-sər \
plural juicers

Definition of juicer 

1 : an appliance for extracting juice from fruit or vegetables

2 slang

a : a heavy or habitual drinker He was a crossword-puzzle nut and a prodigious juicer, addicted to I.W. Harper bourbon. —Don Asher

b : an athlete who uses steroids Contrary to popular hysteria, not everybody who played in baseball's Steroid Era used steroids, and the Hall of Fame is not going to lack for inductees if the juicers are kept out. —Tom Verducci

Examples of juicer in a Sentence

a perpetually hung-over juicer living a dead-end life

Recent Examples on the Web

Using a citrus juicer, juice 1 lemon over berry mixture. Claire Saffitz, Bon Appetit, "Blackberry Icebox Cake," 18 June 2018 The new small appliances are a coffee machine, hand blender, and four-slice toaster; next to come will be a blender, espresso machine, stand mixer, and slow juicer. Selina Cheah, Curbed, "Dolce & Gabbana’s vibrant appliance line for Smeg expands again," 18 Apr. 2018 Employees using juicer with paint chipping off parts that came in contact with food. Robert Gundran, azcentral, "Restaurant with no sneeze guard on salsa bar among this week's violations," 11 July 2018 But there is another world even deeper out in the Solar System that some scientists think may provide an even juicer target, Saturn’s moon Enceladus. Eric Berger, Ars Technica, "Senior scientist argues that we should bypass Europa for Enceladus," 5 July 2018 Consider that Kitchen Aid offers attachments such as a grain mill, spiralizer, citrus juicer, various slicers and shredder blades, and more. Cathy Deimeke, USA TODAY, "Ask a Doc: What can I do to make healthy eating fun and easy for my kids?," 4 July 2018 There are the kitchen’s butcher block counters as well, carefully curated with classic appliances that Offaim allows himself, including a juicer, a massive sandwich maker for the kids, his beloved Arkstrom mixer and Faema E61 espresso machine. Jessica Steinberg, Bon Appetit, "The Well-Crafted Kitchen: Inside an Israeli Chef’s Stunning Farmhouse and Garden," 8 June 2018 Theranos wasn’t promising a better juicer, or a shift in the human resources paradigm. Brian Barrett, WIRED, "The Theranos Indictments Expose the Soul of Silicon Valley," 15 June 2018 On the Lime app, riders and juicers have the ability to report scooters that are not being put away appropriately or have been defaced. Johana Bhuiyan, Recode, "This is how Lime moves around and charges their dockless scooters in San Francisco," 20 May 2018

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First Known Use of juicer

1938, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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juicer

noun

English Language Learners Definition of juicer

: a tool or machine for removing juice from fruit or vegetables

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