a kitchen appliance for extracting juice from fruits and vegetables.
Theater Slang. a stage electrician who works on the lighting of motion-picture, television, and theatrical sets.
Slang. a person who drinks alcohol heavily and usually habitually.

Origin of juicer

First recorded in 1925–30; juice + -er1
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a kitchen appliance, usually operated by electricity, for extracting juice from fruits and vegetablesAlso called: juice extractor
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Word Origin and History for juicer

agent noun from juice (v.). From 1928 as "electrician," by 1967 as "alcoholic;" from 1938 as the name of an appliance for extracting juice.

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