[mik-ser] /ˈmɪk sər/
a person or thing that .
a person, with reference to sociability:
She’s a good mixer to have at a large party.
a kitchen utensil or an electrical appliance having one or more beaters and used in , beating, or blending foods.
Also, mix. a beverage, as ginger ale, fruit juice, or soda water that can be combined with liquor to produce a , especially a highball.
Audio. an electronic device for blending, fading, substitution, etc., of sounds from various sources, as from microphones or separately recorded soundtracks, for broadcast or recording.
Radio and Television, Recording. a technician who operates a mixer in a studio.
the person responsible for the original recording of a movie soundtrack.
a social event, as a party or dance, where people can meet informally.
Metallurgy. a container for blending and storing molten pig iron from several blast furnaces.
a person or thing that mixes
a kitchen appliance, usually electrical, used for mixing foods, etc
a drink such as ginger ale, fruit juice, etc, used in preparing cocktails
(electronics) a device in which two or more input signals are combined to give a single output signal
short for sound mixer, vision mixer
1610s, “worker who mixes,” agent noun from mix (v.). As a type of machine, from 1876. Meaning “troublemaker” attested by 1938; sense of “social gathering to mingle and get acquainted” dates from 1916.
- Mixer tap
noun 1. 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.