ream-v; 3 Senses

Sense Number 1: squeeze juice from fruit with a reamer

Grate peel (yellow part only) from lemon, then ream juice.
Cut tangerine in half and ream 1/4 cup juice.
Ream juice from lemon.
We're going to just ream a little bit of fresh lime juice on the crab.
Ream the oranges.

VerbNet: NM
FrameNet: NP
PropBank: NM
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1

Sense Number 2: remove or clean via a hole

More surgery followed to ream out the scar and remove her gallbladder.
Do not ream the orifices with anything other than compressed air.
Doctors can ream out the plugged stent with burrs and balloons.
The dentist reamed out the debris in the course of the root canal treatment.
The fat had to be reamed away or surgically bypassed.

VerbNet: remove-10.1, cut-21.1-1
FrameNet: NP
PropBank: ream.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2

Sense Number 3: enlarge a hole with a reamer

They can ream those holes out.
By using that tool it is possible to ream a bore to within 0.0005 inch.
Ream the edges of the hole and sandpaper it well.
They often have to ream and face frames in order to correct steering problems.
On a flintlock, use a vent pick to ream out the touchhole.
With that you can ream solid steel.

VerbNet: cut-21.1-1
FrameNet: NP
PropBank: ream.02
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3