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    two nouns

    Hi teachers,

    Could you please tell me if there's a difference between 'product juice' and 'juice product'?
    What about 'produced juice'?
    Will the reasoning be the same if I replace the word juice with water?

    Thanks for your help.


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    Re: two nouns

    This kind of query needs context. Please provide the sentence in which it is used or is to be used.

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