Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Juice"

The meaning of "Juice" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does We can talk about this over a juice box mean?
A: It means we will talk about it while having juice.

Another example is people say "we will talk about this over dinner" which means we will talk about it while we eat this evening.
Q: What does I didn't get juice, that's sucks! mean?
A: No conseguí jugo, que mal!
Q: What does very little juice left or supremily out of juice mean?
A: It could mean that you have little energy left, or it can be an object that has little energy left.
Q: What does "get your own juices flowing" mean?
A: Yes, you're right. It means getting excited, whoever it was referring to.
Q: What does i got the juice or juice god mean?
A: it would depend on the context you are using it in. juice can mean liquid squeezed from a fruit, electricity or steroids. i'm guessing juice god has something to do with a very muscular person that uses steroids but I have honestly never heard that phrase before

Example sentences using "Juice"

Q: Please show me example sentences with What does ,,juice up" mean? Can you make me some examples, please? Is that common?.
A: It's a slang expression without a strict definition. In general terms, it refers to adding something to A in order to make A more powerful, or more... anything else, as long as it's better. You can think of "juice" as fuel, and "juice up" = add juice (fuel) -- you add it to invigorate, revitalize, etc.
Q: Please show me example sentences with juice box.
A: Examples:
She drank apple juice from the juice box.
She bought juice boxes for her kids.
He brought a juice box and a sandwich for lunch.
Q: Please show me example sentences with juice up.
A: I need to juice up my cell phone. Can I use your charger?
I want to juice up the sales by using more effective advertisement.

Synonyms of "Juice" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between (this juice tastes bad) and (this juice is tasted bad) ?
A: ‘This juice tastes bad’ is correct ‘this juice tasted bad’ is incorrect. If you want to say ‘this juice tastes bad’ in the past tense you say ‘the juice tasted bad.’
Examples:
‘This juice tastes bad, it’s too sour.’
‘The juice tasted bad and I didn’t like it.’
Q: What is the difference between no juice left and no left juice ?
A: "no juice left" is grammatically correct
Q: What is the difference between fresh juice and fruit juice ?
A: they can mean the same thing since juice is made of fruit usually. but fresh juice just means juice that was just made, and fruit juice is juice that is made from fruit.

Translations of "Juice"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cranberry-orange canned juice has more calories than an organe?GRAMATICCALLY CORRECT?
A: Your grammar is correct, if you want to ask a question you just need the word does, or why does in the front and change has to have;
"Does cranberry-orange canned juice have more calories than an orange?"
"Why does cranberry-orange canned juice have more calories than an orange?"

I hope this helped :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I think it's juice shape of radio" does it make sense?
A: it's a carton of juice shaped like a radio
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? do you want the juice?
A: You don’t need ‘the’. It should just be “Do you want juice?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How about a juice of banana
A: banana juice
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fresh juice o que significa
A: Suco fresco

Other questions about "Juice"

Q: This juice is crushed with watermelon. does this sound natural?
A: This is watermelon juice with pulp.
Q: give me the juice i will drink while my coffee is being made does this sound natural?
A: Give me the juice, I will drink it while my coffee is being made. or it would be more polite to say. Can I have some juice to drink while my coffee is being made.
Q: This juice is done.
This juice is all gone.

Can I say above these two when I mean "This pack of juice is empty"? does this sound natural?
A: This juice is gone makes more sense when you're saying that the juice is empty. But if you say this juice is done, it's like you're saying this juice finished doing something, haha.
Q: i bought a juice for next to nothing. does this sound natural?
A: This sounds fine. Also This isn't necessarily for you so9a but rather for the person who did not understand your question. To buy something "for next to nothing" means that you bought it for very cheap. Hope this helps.
Q: is 'juice' must 100% from fruit or vegetables?
what about 'fruit nectar'? must contain fruit flesh?
A: Usually juice sold in stores has preservatives but if it has nothing but juice it will say 100% natural juice on it

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