Juice and cookies In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "juice and cookies", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

author Regina Tuyen Le calendar 2021-08-08 02:08

Meaning of Juice and cookies

Juice and cookies noun phrase

Snacks and drinks that are simple and unsatisfying

He gave me juice and cookies, which made me feel unsatisfied.

We are surprised by what Jane had prepared for her birthday party, nothing but juice and cookies.

We'll be right back after juice and cookies.

After some juice and cookies, you'll probably feel better.

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The meal with exemplary quality

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fill (one's) face

To eat a large amount of food within a short period of time


A kind of drink containing alcohol


1. Used to refer to a place where one can buy snacks on a ship or similar vessel of the US Navy or Coast Guard

2. Used to refer to snack foods such as ice cream, potato chips, and candy


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