a tap in which hot and cold water supplies have a joint outlet but are controlled separately
/ˈmɪksˈzɒk/ noun 1. a member of an American Indian people of Mexico 2. any of the languages of this people
noun 1. a single outlet for water from separately controlled hot-water and cold-water taps.
noun 1. the ratio of the mass of water vapor in the air to the mass of the dry air, a measure of atmospheric humidity.
noun 1. a valve receiving water from both a hot-water and a cold-water line and controlling the relative amount of water admitted from each.