juice something up

juice something up
N. Amer. informal liven something up.
juice

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  • juice something up — ˌjuice sthˈup derived (informal, especially NAmE) to make sth more exciting or interesting • Juice up your presentations with colorful graphics. Main entry: ↑juicederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • juice something back — tv. to drink alcohol. □ He’s been juicing it back since noon. CD Juice back your drink, and let’s go …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • juice — noun 1》 the liquid present in fruit or vegetables.     ↘a drink made from this. 2》 (juices) fluid secreted by the body. 3》 (juices) liquid coming from meat or other food in cooking. 4》 informal electrical energy.     ↘petrol. 5》 (juices) a person …   English new terms dictionary

  • juice up something — juice up (something) to make something more interesting or exciting. The team s new forward has juiced up their games with fast passing and running. She finds songs no one remembers and juices them up with modern rhythms …   New idioms dictionary

  • juice up — (something) to make something more interesting or exciting. The team s new forward has juiced up their games with fast passing and running. She finds songs no one remembers and juices them up with modern rhythms …   New idioms dictionary

  • juice — juice1 [ dʒus ] noun ** 1. ) count or uncount the liquid that comes out of fruit or vegetables when you squeeze them, often used as a drink: orange/apple/carrot juice a selection of fruit juices a ) the liquid that comes out of something,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • juice up — verb make more interesting or lively juice up a party pep up your paper • Syn: ↑jazz up, ↑pep up, ↑ginger up • Hypernyms: ↑enliven, ↑liven, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • juice — I UK [dʒuːs] / US [dʒus] noun Word forms juice : singular juice plural juices ** 1) a) [countable/uncountable] the liquid that comes out of fruit or vegetables when you squeeze them and is often used as a drink orange/apple/carrot juice a… …   English dictionary

  • juice — juice1 [dʒu:s] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: jus, from Latin] 1.) [U and C] the liquid that comes from fruit and vegetables, or a drink that is made from this ▪ a carton of orange juice ▪ A coke and a tomato juice, please. 2.) [C… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • juice — 1 noun 1 (C, U) the liquid that comes from fruit and vegetables, or a drink that is made from this: A carton of orange juice. 2 (U) the liquid that comes out of meat when it is cooked 3 gastric/digestive juice(s) the liquid inside your stomach… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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