Mixer meaning

mĭk'sər
One that mixes.

A mixer of concrete; a mixer of drinks.

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A sociable person.

She's outgoing and a good mixer.

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An informal dance or party arranged to give members of a group an opportunity to get acquainted.
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A device that blends or mixes substances or ingredients, especially by mechanical agitation.
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A nonalcoholic beverage, such as soda water or ginger ale, used in mixed drinks.
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A person or thing that mixes.
  • A person with reference to his or her ability to get along with others.
    A good mixer.
  • An electric appliance for mixing or beating foods.
  • A machine for mixing.
    Concrete mixer.
  • A person responsible for combining and balancing visual or sound sources, as for film soundtracks, radio or TV broadcasts, etc.
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A social gathering, as a dance, for getting people acquainted with one another.
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A beverage, as soda water or ginger ale, for mixing with alcoholic liquor.
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Someone or something who mixes; the agent noun of mix.
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A machine outfitted with (typically blunt) blades with which it mixes or beats ingredients in a bowl below.
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A non-alcoholic drink (such as lemonade, Coca-Cola or fruit juice) that is added to spirits to make cocktails.

Do we have any mixers? I don't want to drink this vodka neat.

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Mixing console.
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(US) A dance or other social event meant to foster new acquaintances, as at the beginning of a school year.
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Origin of mixer

  • Agent noun of mix, mix +"Ž -er
    From Wiktionary