Liquor vs Juice - What's the difference?
Liquor is a synonym of juice.
As a noun liquor
is (obsolete) a liquid.
As a verb liquor
is to drink liquor, usually to excess.
As an acronym juice is
* liquour (obsolete)
(obsolete) A liquid.
(obsolete) A drinkable liquid.
A liquid obtained by cooking meat or vegetables (or both).
(chiefly, US) Strong alcoholic drink derived from fermentation and distillation.
In process industry, a liquid in which a desired reaction takes place, e.g. pulping liquor is a mixture of chemicals and water which breaks wood into its components, thus facilitating the extraction of cellulose.
* (strong alcoholic drink) spirits (British and Australasian English)
* (liquid obtained by cooking food) stock, pot liquor (American English), broth, bouillon
* hold one's liquor
* liquor lounge
* liquor store
To drink liquor, usually to excess.
To cause someone to drink liquor, usually to excess.
(obsolete) To grease.
- Liquor fishermen's boots.
- (Francis Bacon)
(uncountable) A liquid from a plant, especially fruit.
(countable) A beverage made of juice.
- Squeeze the orange and some juice will come out .
(uncountable) Any liquid resembling juice.
(Scotland) A soft drink.
(uncountable, slang) Electricity.
(uncountable, slang) Liquor.
(uncountable, slang) Political power.
(uncountable, slang) Petrol; gasoline.
(uncountable, slang) The amount charged by a bookmaker for betting services.
(uncountable, slang) Steroids.
(uncountable, slang) Semen.
(uncountable, slang) The vaginal lubrication that a woman naturally produces when sexually aroused.
(uncountable, slang) Musical agreement between instrumentalists.
- I’d like two orange juices please .
* (charge by bookmaker) cut, take, vig, vigorish
* elbow juice
To remove the juice from something.
To energize or stimulate something.
* juice up