juicer

noun
juic·​er | \ ˈjü-sər How to pronounce juicer (audio) \
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

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Examples of juicer in a Sentence

a perpetually hung-over juicer living a dead-end life
Recent Examples on the Web If your home cook already has one of these legendary machines, check out KitchenAid’s variety of attachments such as a pasta maker, juicer and food grinder. Underscored Staff, CNN Underscored, "25 of the best holiday gifts to give (or get) this year," 15 Oct. 2020 This masticating juicer uses an auger system and 80 rpm motor to force produce into a tight chamber, grinding it up and squeezing out juice. Popular Science, "These pieces of kitchen gear make excellent gifts," 5 Oct. 2020 To ensure your juicer stays juiced, plan around an electrical outlet. Rachel Wolfe, WSJ, "How to Avoid the 5 Worst Kitchen Design Mistakes," 2 Oct. 2020 For a more affordable option, this juicer by Hamilton Beach won't hurt your wallet as much. Isabelle Kagan, USA TODAY, "20 essentials to buy ahead of cold and flu season," 14 Sep. 2020 Emerging markets have boomed over the past 20 years, as years of low and even negative interest rates pushed investors to seek juicer returns outside major-economy bonds. Julia-ambra Verlaine, WSJ, "Emerging-Market Bond Funds Face Reckoning," 3 Sep. 2020 The Omega is a masticating juicer, which means that the motor works differently than the others on this list. Leeron Hoory, Popular Science, "Sweet juicers to help you get your daily nutrients," 17 Sep. 2019 The process of brining meat, or soaking it in a salt water solution before cooking, helps the protein absorb moisture and breaks down tough muscles resulting in a juicer, more tender pork chop, chicken breast or other cut. Paul Stephen, ExpressNews.com, "Paul’s Cooking Tips: 3 ways to use leftover pickle juice," 8 Aug. 2020 My reporting found a high-end juicer salesman, a former state attorney general and dozens in the marijuana business who had become mask brokers. J. David Mcswane, ProPublica, "He Removed Labels That Said “Medical Use Prohibited,” Then Tried to Sell Thousands of Masks to Officials Who Distribute to Hospitals," 25 June 2020

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First Known Use of juicer

1938, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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23 Oct 2020

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“Juicer.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/juicer. Accessed 26 Oct. 2020.

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juicer

noun
How to pronounce juicer (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of juicer

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

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