juice up
transitive verb Date: 1955 to give life, energy, or spirit to

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • 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 — 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 up — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms juice up : present tense I/you/we/they juice up he/she/it juices up present participle juicing up past tense juiced up past participle juiced up informal to improve something by making it more interesting,… …   English dictionary

  • juice up — verb to charge, to charge up I need to juice up my phone because the batterys dead …   Wiktionary

  • 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 — [jo͞os] n. [ME juis < OFr jus < L, broth, juice < IE * yūs < base * yeu , to mix > Gr zyme, leaven] 1. a) the liquid part of a plant, fruit, or vegetable b) the liquid part of a fruit or vegetable, used as a beverage [tomato juice] …   English World dictionary

  • 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 — ► NOUN 1) the liquid present in fruit or vegetables. 2) a drink made from this liquid. 3) (juices) fluid secreted by the stomach. 4) (juices) liquid coming from meat or other food in cooking. 5) informal electrical energy. 6) …   English terms dictionary

  • juice — juiceless, adj. /joohs/, n., v., juiced, juicing. n. 1. the natural fluid, fluid content, or liquid part that can be extracted from a plant or one of its parts, esp. of a fruit: orange juice. 2. the liquid part or contents of plant or animal… …   Universalium

  • 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

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