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adjective as in radiating from a central point

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Among the options for juicers, centrifugal juicers are typically on the cheaper side.

On the other hand, juice made with centrifugal juicers is most flavorful if you consume it the same day you make it.

Whether you want vegetable juice, fruit juice, or a blend of both, we’ve rounded up the best juicers—including centrifugal, slow masticating, and cold-press options—so you can create the flavors you crave without breaking the bank.

This centrifugal juicer features two speeds—12,000 RPM and 6,500 RPM—for harder and softer ingredients, respectively.

If you’re just getting into juicing, centrifugal users are great for beginners because they’re easier to use and more affordable.

War can be a centrifugal force, pulling together disparate groups who share a common enemy.

Both Esbach's, which is very widely used, and the centrifugal method give fair results.

On a curved bridge the centrifugal load due to the radical acceleration of the train.

Four gun-metal centrifugal pumps were fitted for circulating water through the condensers.

To it was attached a string about two feet long, by means of which the centrifugal motion was imparted to it.

Loose gear was rolling and sliding along underfoot, propelled forward by centrifugal force.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to centrifugal, such as: deviating, diffusive, divergent, diverging, eccentric, and efferent.

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