Meaning of JUICE in English

I. noun Etymology: Middle English jus, from Anglo-French, broth, ~, from Latin; akin to Old Norse ostr cheese, Greek zymē leaven, Sanskrit yūṣa broth Date: 14th century the extractable fluid contents of cells or tissues, 2. the natural fluids of an animal body, the liquid or moisture contained in something, 3. the inherent quality of a thing ; essence , strength , vigor , vitality , a medium (as electricity or gasoline) that supplies power, liquor , exorbitant interest exacted of a borrower under the threat of violence, influence , clout , a motivating, inspiring, or enabling force or factor , ~less adjective II. transitive verb (~d; juicing) Date: 1603 to add ~ to, to extract the ~ of

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