Definition of 'orange juice'
Example sentences containing 'orange juice'
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Put the apple pieces in a saucepan with the orange juice and zest, sultanas and honey. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Frank drinks fresh orange juice with a squeeze of fresh lemon. The Sun (2010)The only thing that arrived was a glass of orange juice for me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As soon as you get home take some ibuprofen with a large glass of fresh orange juice. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Bowl of porridge made with skimmed milk with a handful of sultanas and a glass of orange juice. The Sun (2012)Two boiled eggs served with a slice of granary or wholemeal toast and a small glass of orange juice. The Sun (2013)Add the orange juice and zest. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Whisk together the orange juice, zest and oil and season. The Sun (2013)Put in a baking dish with orange juice, zest and sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You might drink two glasses of orange juice, though. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Mix the egg yolks with the orange juice and zest, and pulse to combine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The father returns, offering a glass of orange juice and his company. Christianity Today (2000)Add butter, orange juice and zest and reduce heat. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You could have a bowl of porridge, a banana and a glass of orange juice for this. The Sun (2013)Serve with 100ml fresh orange juice. The Sun (2011)By special request I was squeezed fresh orange juice. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A silver tray of orange juice, fresh croissants and coffee had just been delivered from the bar opposite. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Stir carrot, potato, zest and orange juice into the softening leek. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'orange juice'
British English: orange juice /ˈɒrɪndʒ dʒuːs/ NOUN
Orange juice is the liquid that can be obtained from an orange and drunk.
- American English: orange juice
- Arabic: عَصِيرُ بُرْتُقَالٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: suco de laranja
- Chinese: 橙汁
- Croatian: sok od naranče
- Czech: pomerančová šťáva
- Danish: appelsinjuice
- Dutch: jus d'orange
- European Spanish: zumo de naranja
- Finnish: appelsiinimehu
- French: jus d’orange
- German: Orangensaft
- Greek: χυμός πορτοκαλιού
- Italian: succo di arancia
- Japanese: オレンジジュース
- Korean: 오렌지 주스
- Norwegian: appelsinjuice
- Polish: sok pomarańczowy
- European Portuguese: sumo de laranja
- Romanian: suc de portocale
- Russian: апельсиновый сок
- Spanish: jugo de naranja
- Swedish: apelsinjuice
- Thai: น้ำส้ม
- Turkish: portakal suyu
- Ukrainian: апельсиновий сік
- Vietnamese: nước cam
Definition of orange juice from the Collins English Dictionary
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