"A lemon" used like that means something that keeps developing problem after problem already from when it's new.
There is no such law as a "lemon law" on a used car. Lemon laws only apply to new cars.
what is the conversion of concentrated lemon juice to the juice of a real lemon(in teaspoon)
"A real lemon" is an idiom - see the link below for the definition
The term Lemon Law concerning cars is that if your car turns out to be a bad purchase and not run very well it is a lemon and in most countries you are entitled to a refund or replacement.
Analge is not a real word. If you mean algae the answer is no.
Lemon. A jalopy and a lemon are both lousy cars.
No, the lemon law is not for used cars. It is for a new car you bought that is a lemon and a car that the dealer is unable to repair. Check with you state Attorney General for the details of your states lemon law.
No because Real Lemon contains concentrated lemon juice which contains sugar and sulphates. Whole lemons must be used.
1 1/2 tablespoons = juice of 1/2 lemon
buying and selling cars.