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.
/ˈmɪksˌmɑːstə/ noun 1. (informal) a disc jockey noun an electric food mixer Usage Note trademark; cooking noun an aerial bomber with two rear counter-revolving propellers Word Origin resembling the blades of a Mixmaster
[mik-sol-uh-jist] /mɪkˈsɒl ə dʒɪst/ noun, Usually Facetious. 1. a person skilled in making drinks; bartender. /ˌmɪkˈsɒlədʒɪst/ noun 1. (jocular) a person who serves drinks, esp cocktails, at a bar 2. (music) a person skilled at mixing sounds in recording or live performance n. “bartender,” 1856, jocular slang formation from mix (v.) + ending from the […]
[mik-sol-uh-jee] /mɪkˈsɒl ə dʒi/ noun, Usually Facetious. 1. the art or skill of preparing drinks.