Right. In your example.
Not in the initial question, where the natural way is "orange juice'', that is, to mention our "suco de laranja" we should use "orange juice".
In your case you are saying "pegue/tire/esprema o suco de uma laranja", wich is the "extract/fluid".
Here you can read:To extract juice from hard vegetables like onions, you need a juicer with a spout that you can feed pieces of the vegetable into.http://juicers-review.toptenreviews.com/Triturating units press the juice out of your produce, retaining the maximum amount of nutrients and are, subsequently, the most expensive. http://www.ebay.com/bhp/fruit-and-veget ... -extractor
When they say "fruit-and-vegetable" juice extractor, I think they are thinking about the puree, the extract.http://www.myhdiet.com/healthnews/blend ... is-better/
Again, if we consume blended foods at meal times and fiber-free juices on an empty stomach, we are receiving the best of both worlds.
Do you prefer juices or smoothies?Você prefere o suco puro ou a vitamina de frutas?
Hmm, an avocado smoothie!