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

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This is one of the lowest prices for our favorite citrus juicer. Courtney Campbell, USA TODAY, "The 16 best home sales happening this weekend," 23 Aug. 2019 People are investing in cold-press masticating juicers for their home kitchens, and juice bars are popping up across the country, offering an array of single-serve bottles in the $10 range. Cara Rosenbloom, Washington Post, "Can juice be part of a healthy diet? Maybe, but it’s better to eat whole produce instead.," 7 Aug. 2019 At the same time, falling rates around the world presents a challenge for Raisin to find juicer returns to offer its customers. John Detrixhe, Quartz, "Goldman Sachs is betting on a startup that battles low interest rates for savers," 16 July 2019 In a blender or juicer, combine 1 bunch celery, chopped, and 1 bunch kale leaves, chopped and stems discarded. Aleksandra Crapanzano, WSJ, "In Praise of the Morning Cocktail," 25 June 2019 Dolce & Gabbana teamed up with the Italian company Smeg to create a line of beautiful, brightly colored juicers, toasters, coffee machines, teapots, blenders, mixers, and more. Alexandra Macon, Vogue, "Now You Can Get Dolce & Gabbana’s Chic Kitchen Appliances," 23 Feb. 2018 Deep shelves are useful for storing serving dishes or bought-in-bulk packages, and taller shelves will fit countertop appliances like your juicer and mixer. Jessica Dailey, Good Housekeeping, "Pantry," 11 Feb. 2019 Even if a juice cleanse is not in your foreseeable future, this rose gold juicer is still worth the consideration. Michaela Bechler, Vogue, "18 Pink Home Items to Gift This Valentine’s Day," 7 Feb. 2019 Best of all, the skin is so thin and pretty, there’s no need to peel. Sauté it with veggies, steep slices in hot water with lemon and honey for a soothing tea,or toss chunks in the juicer with apples, carrots, or kale. Sharon Tregaskis, Good Housekeeping, "The Easiest Way to Grow Ginger at Home," 29 July 2018

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First Known Use of juicer

1938, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of juicer was in 1938

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English Language Learners Definition of juicer

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

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